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Former US President Jimmy Carter is expected to lead a team of observers from the Carter Centre for the May 11 polls in Guyana.

Carter Centre disclosed yesterday that it has launched an international election observation mission at the invitation of the government of Guyana.

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(Internet Pic used not the cocaine that was found)

Ranks of the Guyana’s main anti-narcotics unit yesterday swooped down on a Diamond New Scheme, East Bank Demerara house where they unearthed over 100 kilogrammes of cocaine during an undercover operation.

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Gunmen on Wednesday descended to new level of depravity when they held up three teenaged boys and a 35-year-old man, told them to lie face down and executed them in the quiet Hayes community in Clarendon.

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A cruise ship passenger from Virginia died when the personal watercraft he was operating collided with another one driven by a teenage tourist, authorities said Thursday.

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Police are investigating the unnatural death of David Miller, 41 years of Vaughn’s Land #1, St. Joseph, which occurred about 11:50 am on Thursday 16 April 2015, at Vaughn’s # 1.

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Jermaine Blackwood's lion-hearted maiden Test century was the highlight on the third day of the first Test match at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, on Wednesday.

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A Barbadian national living in Brooklyn scammed $300,000 from her friends by telling them she had inherited a boatload of cash but needed their dough to pay off the estate’s taxes and liens, prosecutors said Tuesday.

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