Daily Archives: 11/13/2015

Paris. France: What to Expect After the Nov. 13 Paris Attacks

Paris. France:What to Expect After the Nov. 13 Paris Attacks

paris shootingsAnalysis NOVEMBER 13, 2015 – Stratfor

Analysis – Update (6:00 CST): According to French media reports, French security forces have stormed and secured the Bataclan theater. The attackers apparently used grenades inside the main concert hall, Aujourd’hui Paris reported Nov. 13. Details are still emerging. 

As many as 60 people died Nov. 13 in multiple terrorist attacks throughout Paris. At least five gunmen – likely jihadists judging from witness’s accounts – conducted the attacks.

Timeline of the Attack

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GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – November 13, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 13 November 2015  –  Kaieteur News 

         (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 12 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 12 November 2015

  • GECOM –  PPP on an ethnic crusade
  • Vendor granted hefty bail in Demerara Bridge mishap death
  • Private sector reaffirmed as engine of growth
  • Former GPL CEO leaves government in limbo
  • PPP now says it is concerned about maternal deaths
  • Sports

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Venezuela’s Changing Relationship With CARICOM – By David Jessop

Venezuela’s Changing Relationship With CARICOM – By David Jessop

Maduro at UN

News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. Nov. 10, 2015: As with so much in politics it is often what is not seen, said or fully understood that drives events. This is particularly so in the case of Venezuela’s changing relationship with the countries of CARICOM.

In recent months Caracas has been deepening its sub-regional relations and has escalated its border dispute with Guyana. It has also encouraged CARICOM to be less than emphatic in its support for Georgetown’s position.

At the same time, it has been moving rapidly to consolidate its relationship with, in particular, the OECS, Trinidad and Suriname by offering increased levels of support or investments, largely through its concessional PetroCaribe oil and development assistance programs.  Continue reading

Arapaimas rescued from drought-affected pond near Iwokrama River Lodge

Arapaimas rescued from drought-affected pond near Iwokrama River Lodge

Thursday, 12 November 2015 19:38 – Written by 

 Kevin Edwards, Everton Allicock, Rojas Jonas and Stephanu Honorio with the second adult arapaima released (photo by Lakeram Hayes)

Kevin Edwards, Everton Allicock, Rojas Jonas and Stephanu Honorio with the second adult arapaima released (photo by Lakeram Hayes)

Two adult and 25 juvenile Arapaimas were safely moved from a drying pond located upstream the Essequibo River from the Iwokrama River Lodge, the Iwokrama Centre for Rainforest Conservation and Development said Thursday.

“With the critical dry season currently being experienced in that region due to the El Nino effect, the partners soon realised that if the fish were not moved from the pond, they would perish,” said the Centre in a statement.   Continue reading

Guyana Cultural Association of New York Magazine – October 2015

GCA Oct 2015



  • PAGE 3: State Senator – Elect Roxanne Persaud
  • PAGE 4-6: Officer Holder celebrated
  • PAGE 7: Remembering Bobby Moore
  • PAGE 8-20: Ramleela at the Monument Gardens
  • PAGE 22: Intellectual Property Legislations
  • PAGE 24-27: Baroness Valerie Amos
  • PAGE 28: Guyanese teens in the Hague
  • PAGE 30: Focus on Cancer
  • PAGE 31-33: Focus on Agriculture

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