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Citizenship marketing partner likely to step back as result of unstable government of Vanuatu

Citizenship Commission of the Republic of Vanuatu indicated that international marketing solutions company, CS Global Partners is likely to walk away

Vanuatu Citizenship by Investment programme to face major setback amid dispute in the government

The internal feud within the government of Vanuatu is being blamed for causing havoc on the island's economy, and its citizenship by investment programme.

Police shot dead terrorist after he stabbed 6 persons in New Zealand

New Zealand police on Friday shot dead an "extremist" known to authorities with a knife, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said after stabbing and wounding at least six people in a supermarket.

National COVID-19 Vaccines ‘Task Force’ appoints in Guyana

The Ministry of Health has announced the members of a broad-based National COVID-19 Vaccines Task Force in preparation for the arrival and roll out of the immunization drive against the COVID-19 disease in Guyana.

A mother donates her ‘kidney’ to save 15-year-old son

It is rightly said that mother love is endless; recently, news came from Guyana. A 15 years old Aditya Mohabir has difficulty breathing and vomiting blood from his mouth from the month of August.

New COVID-19 variant scaring whole world

South Korea is accelerating efforts to launch a coronavirus vaccination programme it announced the detection of its first cases of the virus variant initially identified in the UK.

Jupiter-Saturn great conjunction on December 21, Google celebrates with a doodle

Google Doodle celebrates this winter solstice and great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn.

Guyana Prez Dr Ali distributed hampers to elderly persons

In his continuous effort to bring relief to families during the pandemic, President Ali distributed hampers to dozens of elderly persons of the Mahaica area.

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