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GUYANA | US Secretary of State Pompeo for two-day Guyana visit

MONTEGO BAY,  September 14, 2020 - Following his many threats to sanction those whom he feels were tampering with Guyana’s democracy due to the delay in the election results because of court challenges, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to visit Guyana on the 17th and 18th September.

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Newsweek apologises for op-ed on Kamala Harris' citizenship

The United States-based news magazine, Newsweek, has apologised for an op-ed that questioned Senator Kamala Harris' citizenship and her eligibility to be Joe Biden's running mate, a false and racist conspiracy theory which President Donald Trump has not dismissed.

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CUBA | USA suspends private charter flights to Cuba

Washington, Aug 13 (Prensa Latina) The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Thursday the suspension of private charter flights to Cuba, a measure that particularly affects families on both sides of the Strait.

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GUYANA | Trump administration impose visa sanctions against Guyana Officials

WASHINGTON DC, July 30, 2020 - While refusing to comment on his president’s undemocratic suggestion about delaying the US elections and the message that sends to a country like Guyana, Michael Kozak, Assistant US Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere matters, today said he would not comment on President Trump’s statements on “domestic matters.”

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BARBADOS | Cuba's medical mission will remain in Barbados says Bostic

BRIDGETOWN, July 21, 2020 - In the face of threats by United States senators to sanctions countries that seek the help of Cuban doctors and nurses through the various medical missions controlled by the island's government, Barbados says it has no intention of ending programme

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GUYANA | Granger committed to continued good relations with United States

Georgetown, Guyana, June 28, 2020 – Against the background of continued pressure from the Organization of American States and the United States of America for him to concede the presidency, despite the fact that the elections are still the subject of legal challenges,  President David Granger has reaffirmed Guyana’s commitment to Western Hemispheric values and to the furtherance of mutual goals and ideals.

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