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GUYANA | Guyana asks Britain, Caribbean Regional Security System to help probe killings

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, September12, 2020 -Demerara Waves -  President Irfaan Ali has announced that Guyana has asked the United Kingdom (UK) and the Caribbean Regional Security System (RSS) to probe the killing of three youths over the past three days and violent unrest in West Coast Berbice that has resulted in severe injuries, robberies and damage to property.

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Britain Secretly Funded Reuters in 60s and 70s Using the BBC

The British government secretly funded Reuters News Agency in the 1960s and 1970s as part of an anti-Soviet propaganda program linked to British intelligence, concealing the funding using the BBC to make the payments, declassified government documents show.

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GUYANA | Russia yet to withdraw “False” statement about UK constructing military base in Essequibo

GEORGETOWN, August 20, 2019 - TGhe Russian Foreign Ministry is yet to withdraw what Guyana says is a false allegation made by Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Vladimirovna Zakharova, that Britain was “completing the construction of a military base on one of the islands at the mouth of the Essekibo (sic) River under a plausible pretext – supposedly to stop the smuggling of weapons and drugs.”

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GUYANA | Britain joins US and CARICOM in reaffirming Guyana's Sovereignty

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, December 25, 2018 - Britain has joined the United States and CARICOM in reaffirming Guyana's, sovereignty following an incident on Saturday in which Venezuela’s Navy attempted to land a helicopter on the Bahamas-flagged Ramform Tethys, a seismic research vessel that ExxonMobil hired from the Norway-based Petro Geological Services to gather data from the western end of the Stabroek Block in Guyanese waters.

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BARBADOS Praises Free Citizenship to Windrush Generation

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Juky 4, 2018 - The Barbados Government has praised Britain’s decision to offer free citizenship to members of the Windrush Generation who arrived in the United Kingdom (UK) before 1973 and to formally recognise June 22 as Windrush Day.

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