The governments of Guyana and the UK yesterday signed an agreement to enhance cooperation in the fight against drug trafficking.
According to a GINA press release, the agreement will facilitate the deepening of ties between the law enforcement agencies of both countries, and provide for significant technical assistance and training to be extended to Guyanese law enforcement personnel by the administration of the UK.
In photo: British High Commissioner, Andrew Ayre (left) and Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon sign the agreement at the Office of the President.
Three persons, including the widow of one of the two Pomeroon farmers shot dead on Sunday, have been taken into custody and police say one of them led detectives to the location of an arms cache that allegedly belonged to one of the deceased.
The family of Marlon Fredericks, the mentally-challenged vendor who was fatally shot by a member of the city constabulary on Sunday, has lodged a report at the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) after a police force report on his cause of death contradicted the autopsy report.
Grade Six students are sitting a series of mock examinations designed to prepare them for this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) scheduled to be held on the 28 and 29 of March.
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