Friday January 30th View All →

Couple finds their name changed to ‘A**hole Brown’ on cancelled TV bill

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By   41 mins ago

  METRO :After cancelling cable TV, a couple found the name on their internet and TV bill had been changed to ‘A**hole Brown’ . Lisa Brown explained they had made the decision to cancel their cable TV from communication giant, Comcast, after encountering financial difficulties. After she explained she wanted to cancel, she was transferred [...]

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The AG under probe

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By   2 hours ago

The Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams has launched a probe into allegations of the Atterney General’s alleged witness tampering. and appointed deputy Commissioner of Police—Operations (Ag) Harold Phillip to lead the investigation. Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA), David West made the following statement : “On Wednesday the 21st of January 2015 I was contacted [...]

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Thursday January 29th View All →

Central Bank’s largest monthly foreign exchange sale ever

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By   24 hours ago

GISL:Sales of US$400 million to the banking system in January 2015 amounted to the largest foreign exchange intervention made by Central Bank in a single month to date. The second largest monthly sale was US$315 million in November 2010, when unsatisfied demand and significant tightening also persisted in the foreign exchange market. Central Bank started [...]

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Wednesday January 28th View All →

Press release DR.Fuad Khan

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By   2 days ago

  DR. FUAD KHAN – MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR BARATARIA/SAN JUAN SEEKS JUSTICE FOR DISPLACED VENDORS OF SAN JUAN Office of the Member of Parliament Barataria/San Juan January 27, 2015 The Member of Parliament for Barataria/San Juan Dr. Fuad Khan met today with displaced vendors of Colitinda Avenue, First and Second Streets, San Juan who [...]

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Mexico: All 43 Missing Students Are Dead

Protest held for 43 Missing Students in Mexico City

By   2 days ago

  MEXICO CITY (AP) — Investigators are now certain that 43 college students missing since September were killed and incinerated after they were seized by police in southern Guerrero state, the Mexican attorney general said Tuesday. It was the first time Jesus Murillo Karam said definitely that all were dead, even though Mexican authorities have [...]

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