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St Vincent to host peace talks
Posted: Sunday, December 10, 2023

St Vincent to host peace talks between Guyana & Venezuela
The presidents of Guyana and Venezuela are set to hold talks in an effort to settle tension between both countries over disputed territory.

Maduro, Ali accept Ralph's invitation
Moderating border dispute...

Guyana and Venezuela leaders accept invitation for potential mediation

Maduro seeks peace talks with Guyana

Ariapita Avenue beautification project in final phase
So far, the Urban Development Corporation of TT(Udecott) has spent $9,811,180.29 on the Woodbrook project which was unveiled in April 2021.

And with the Ariapita Avenue Enhancement Project almost complete, residents have express mixed feelings towards the work in the area.

Full investigation launched into deadly Guyana Defence force helicopter crash

Integrity Commission initiates third probe of PM Dr. Keith Rowley

Friends, family pay tribute: McDonald had the right heart

Trinidad and Tobago's staggering number of human rights issues
It was believed there needed to be a reconstitution of the UN Security Council to either increase the number of members or rotate them. The five permanent members with veto power included China, France, Russian Federation, the UK and the US, and it was believed it made no sense they got to make decisions that affected the 193 members of the UN.

"The consensus was that there has to be some way to make it more inclusive and make it a more democratic forum for making decisions that have, literally, life and death consequences for people throughout the world."

Hamel-Smith's new political party aims to tackle crime

Police, defence force bullets on crime scenes
Increase in 'TTR', 'TTPS' spent shells found at crime scenes...

Penal family hopeful as homicide opens probe
Police have opened a homicide investigation into the death of a lawyer's clerk whose death had been previously classified as natural as a consequence of hypertension.

The shift in the probe came after the family of Trisha Raghoonath hired a pathologist to do a second autopsy.

Claire Jones' mysterious disappearance
'Something has happened to her, and we need to know what and where'

Cunupia body that of missing cop
The body found in a Cunupia river on Saturday has been confirmed as missing municipal police constable Dylan Mohammed.

Body found with head wound; may be missing cop

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