A Ukrainian airline carrying out domestic flights is to be registered this year, while a high-speed railway will appear in Ukraine in 5-10 years, Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan
The Swedish furniture and home goods chain IKEA could enter the Ukrainian market, the head of PrJSC Mandarin Plaza's board, Oleksandr Chernytsky, has said.
No fewer than 22,430 cultists have surrendered and returned 911 assorted arms to Rivers state Amnesty Committee, Governor Nyesom Wike said on Monday. Wike said at a Town Hall meeting and accountabilit
Moscow claims it is ready to enter bilateral talks with Washington on the Ukrainian issue, according to the online version of the Russian daily newspaper Izvestia.
Commenting on the latest obstacle in the privatisation of Slovenia's largest bank, Delo finds that the lawsuits over the Yugoslav-era savings deposits have come handy for Slovenian politicians, wh
A run by U.S. oil prices toward $50 a barrel ran out of steam on Tuesday as persistent concerns of oversupply outweighed signs of a strong start to the American summer driving season, according to Reu
There is tension in Owode Street and its surrounding locations in Oshodi over fears of a reprisal attack after Rasaq Bello, popularly known as Hamburger, a prominent member of the National Union of Ro
Militants continue shelling residential areas and civil infrastructure, in particular, on May 30, the Bakhmut Agrarian Union enterprise was fired upon, the press center of the anti-terrorist operation
Private sector organisations yesterday urged the government to stay plans to close sugar factories, while offering their “considerable experience” to explore alternative options to sustain the sugar i
Residents of Chenapau Village, Region Eight yesterday protested Sunday afternoon’s arrest of almost two dozen persons – most of whom reside in Chenapau – during a covert raid of the Kaieteur National
A Ministry of Public Health worker was yesterday remanded to prison after being charged with the rape of a 14-year-old boy. The post Health ministry worker charged with rape of 14-year-old boy appeare
  A report of 200 persons being blacklisted by the Special Organized Crime Unit (SOCU) is a fabrication, police said yesterday while giving a breakdown of those barred from leaving Guyana during
A 34-year-old Corentyne woman succumbed to her injuries at the Georgetown Public Hospital around 7.30 pm on Sunday, after her common-law husband battered her with an iron rod and a piece of wood somet
Venezuela’s Ambassador here, Reina Diaz, has formally asked the Guyana Government for support for Caracas at international fora and Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge has said that he will tra
Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan yesterday said that neither he nor President David Granger were ready to name their nominees for the long-delayed Local Government Commission (LGC) and he maintained
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Finance Director of the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) were asked to leave a Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing yesterday after they were unable to answe
Two fishermen were yesterday charged with the murder of Corentyne boat captain Mahadeo Ramdial, who drowned after a pirate attack two weeks ago, while the brother of one of the accused was charged wit
A businessman was killed early yesterday morning after he was struck off of his motorcycle by one of two vehicles that collided after their drivers failed to stop at the intersection of Camp and Middl
Human rights activist and author Sukree Boodram lost her battle with cancer on Saturday morning. Boodram’s sister, Nina Sattie Singh-Boodram, announced on Facebook that she died peacefully at around 3
Military units of the armed forces of Armenia violated ceasefire 128 times throughout the day, using large-caliber machine guns and 82 millimeter mortars (13 shells).
As flood waters recede from the Upper Mazaruni area of Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), the Middle Mazaruni is being affected and a team will visit shortly to assess the situation and see what relief c
A carpenter was yesterday fined $60,000 after he admitted to taking four packets of cigarettes, hidden in his long boots, into the Camp Street Prison. The post Carpenter fined for sneaking cigarettes
A mechanical glitch on a Fly Jamaica plane was the reason for a recent delay in flights, affecting passengers en-route to Guyana from Toronto, Canada and New York, United States. The post Mechanical g
The efficiency of the Romanian banking staff is still low, given the low financial intermediation, as a banking employee manages EUR1.7 million, compared with EUR15.1 million in the EU, reveals the
A minibus conductor was yesterday charged in a city court with the theft of a car, which police say he admitted to stripping. The post Bus conductor granted $400,000 bail on car theft charge appeared
The analysis and review of ExxonMobil’s Liza 1 Field Development Plan, which was done by international consulting company WorleyParsons (Intecsea) in collaboration with the Guyana Geology and Mines Co
An Albouystown man was yesterday remanded to prison for alleged cocaine possession, while another man was granted his release on bail for alleged possession of a utensil used to smoke cocaine. The pos
Kaufland hypermarket chain saw its sales go up 6% to 9.7 billion lei (EUR2.04 billion) last year, its lowest growth in the past eleven years. The retailer’s growth therefore slowed down from the dou
Romania's newest political party, Pro Romania, was launched on Monday on a hotel terrace in Bucharest City, under the slogan #altfel (different) in the presence of dozens of people.
A Trinidadian national was yesterday remanded to prison after he was accused of being found with almost two pounds of cannabis. The post Trinidadian promoter remanded on ganja trafficking charge appea
Nikosi Corbin, the four-year-old child who was injured in a crash during last week is slowly recovering from a surgery to his leg, which he underwent on Sunday. The post Boy, 4, recovering after Water
A date was set yesterday for the start of the trial of former Attorney-General Anil Nandlall, who is charged with fraudulently converting over $2 million in law reports, which were the property of the
The National Bank of Ukraine on Monday evening lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by four kopiykas, bringing the national currency to UAH 26.38 to the dollar.
Mudiaga Affe, Calabar  Three students of the University of Calabar and the Cross River University of Technology were allegedly shot by soldiers attached to the state security outfit, Operation Skolomb
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega has died at the age of 83, Panama’s president, Juan Carlos Varela, tweeted late on Monday. Read Full Article at
More than 600 participants from over 50 countries have convened in Slovenia's capital for the 4th World Landslide Forum. Until Thursday they will discuss landslide research and risk reduction for
The National Museum - Metelkova will on Tuesday launch an exhibition on the influence of Japanese culture and the samurai heritage on Slovenian culture. The show will be opened by Culture Minister To
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked Pope Francis to visit Canada to apologize for decades of abuse suffered by indigenous children in schools run by the Catholic Church. R
At least 13 people lost their lives and 24 were injured after an Islamic State-claimed explosion rocked a shop serving ice cream in central Baghdad just after midnight on Tuesday. The m
Tiger Woods’ Ex-Mistress Cori Rist On DUI Arrest: ‘He’s Going Through A Difficult Time’ American golf legend Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday near his home in Jupiter, Florida o
In light of the recent stabbing deaths of two men in Portland by a white nationalist — and constant local street brawls between neo-Nazi groups and anti-fascist protesters — the chairman o
With just over a week to go until the general election, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were grilled on live TV over an array of issues, including Brexit, with the PM making clear she wou
Peeing in the pool is actually really bad for you And everyone else. Chances are, there’s a lot of urine in this pool. Flickr via Wade Morgen Everyone pees in the pool. That’s the safe and well-
Why killing coyotes doesn’t make livestock safer By Megan M. Draheim, Lecturer in Conservation Biology and Human Dimensions of Wildlife, Virginia Tech. Coyote at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National
Not-so-high anxiety: States move fast to protect pot industry WASHINGTON — If a whiff of uneasiness hung over the trade show that drew thousands of marijuana entrepreneurs here this month, it wasnR
Trump set to reverse Obama’s Cuba policies President Donald Trump is mulling a reversal of Cuba policies enacted by former president Barack Obama that soften the U.S.’ stance towards the country
"I hope that conscience will eventually arise in those who organized the aggression against Libya," Lavrov said after talks with his Egyptian counterpart
According to a report by the New York Times, President Donald Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner is now under investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a meeting he had
Facebook has banned the images of a statue of Hercules in Germany’s Kassel, the crowning jewel of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, until its custodians mounted a spirited online defense of
Twitter users took a rather dim view of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s performance in Monday night’s UK general election event with her Labour Party rival Jeremy Corbyn, with the hasht
Twitter users took a rather dim view of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s performance in Monday night’s UK general election event with her Labour Party rival Jeremy Corbyn, with the hasht
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler urged a cancellation of a Donald Trump rally following the murder of two men who were stabbed to death defending a pair of young women being victimized by an anti-Muslim tir
It’s now well-known that President Donald Trump allegedly revealed classified information to Russian officials during an unorthodox Oval Office meeting a few weeks ago. The underlying message be
Yusuf Ali (A senior Advocate of Nigeria) It depends on what you mean by economic sabotage. The word, economic sabotage, is too elastic. I have always advocated death penalty for corruption. It is part
Abiodun Doherty There are many myths that people have in their minds when it comes to property investment. One of such myths is that you need a lot of cash before you can become a property investor. T
As backlash against Republican President Donald Trump grows, right-wing organizations have decided they must at least partially run against the Republican standard bearer to have any hope of saving th
Festus Abu South Africa coach Stuart Baxer is desperate  to hit the ground running  in his first match in charge of Bafana Bafana who travel to Nigeria for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier i
Peter Dada, Akure Sunshine Stars  on Monday explained many  reporters were barred from covering their Premier  League match against Enyimba  of at the Akure  Stadium on Sunday because the visiting tea
Rafael Nadal launched his pursuit of a record 10th French Open title in convincing fashion, while defending champion Novak Djokovic eased to victory under the gaze of new coach Andre Agassi, AFP repor
Former champions Government Senior College, Agege, battle Isale Eko Grammar School, Lagos Island, in the female final of the Season 8 of the GTBank-Lagos State Principal’s Cup on Tuesday at the Teslim
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