Daily Archives: November 8, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 07-08, 2017

News – 07 November 2017

President slated for Brazil state visit next month

Police Force benefits from US$2.6M Chinese donation

Time to take stock – President Granger

Unilateral decision on GECOM Chair not a progressive step for Guyana – TIGI

Smuggling clampdown… GRA set to introduce excise stamps on alcohol, tobacco products

Unconscious teacher… Detectives looking for man seen leaving night club with victim

Judge throws out Nandlall lawsuit against AG

Gov’t comfortable with VAT at 14% – Finance Minister

Peter’s Hall couple denies smuggling $14M in raw gold

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If America is tired of mourning gun violence she must take action – By Yvonne Sam

If America is tired of mourning gun violence she must take action

By Yvonne Sam

America — Oh! say can you see — what is happening to thee — gun violence is eating away at your national soul.

Already battling her own evils, America is now caught up in yet another mass slaying. The lesson to be learned from this ghastly carnage is that there will be more such shootings. The usual reaction will follow, ones that we have seen and heard far too often: non-stop media coverage, opinions of weapon analysts, opening up of more debate on gun control, lowering of flags at half mast, moments of silence, and a day of national mourning. But how often will America mourn? What America needs most of all is action to lower the gun toll, thereby less mourning.    Continue reading

Guyana’s Economy: Systematic sabotage in action – By Adam Harris

Tax avoidance: Paradise Papers leak reveals secrets of the world elite’s hidden wealth

 – Paradise Papers leak reveals secrets of the world elite’s hidden wealth

The world’s biggest businesses, heads of state and global figures in politics, entertainment and sport who have sheltered their wealth in secretive tax havens are being revealed this week in a major new investigation into Britain’s offshore empires.

The details come from a leak of 13.4m files that expose the global environments in which tax abuses can thrive – and the complex and seemingly artificial ways the wealthiest corporations can legally protect their wealth.

The material, which has come from two offshore service providers and the company registries of 19 tax havens, was obtained by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and shared by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with partners including the Guardian, the BBC and the New York Times.

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History: Some Scenes of the old British Guiana, now Guyana – Video

NOVEMBER is TOURISM MONTH in GUYANA

History: Some Scenes of the old British Guiana, now Guyana – Video

 

President Trump’s Speech to US Troops in Japan – November 4. 2017

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SPEECH TO U.S. TROOPS IN JAPAN

President Trump’s Speech to US Troops in Japan – November 4. 2017 …. at Yokota Air Base Japan

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