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Le Guyana fête le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance

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Le Guyana fête le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance

- Ancienne colonie britannique, le Guyana est indépendant depuis le 26 mai 1966. Le pays fête aujourd’hui le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance. Près de 5 000 ressortissants guyaniens vivent en Guyane.

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  • Le Guyana fête le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance
    Le Guyana fête le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance

    , francetvinfo.fr

    Ancienne colonie britannique, le Guyana est indépendant depuis le 26 mai 1966. Le pays fête aujourd’hui le 51e anniversaire de son indépendance. Près de 5 000 ressortissants guyaniens vivent en Guyane.

     

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  • Overseas assistance to help grow Guyana coconut industry
    Overseas assistance to help grow Guyana coconut industry

    , nationnews.com

    GEORGETOWN – Guyana’s coconut industry is expected to expand significantly in 2017. The Ministry of Agriculture is currently engaged with its counterparts in Mexico and Brazil to acquire elite planting materials to sustain the growth in the local industry. Coconut and coconut-based food and by-products gained prominence in Guyana during 2016. Chief executive officer of the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) Dr Oudho Homenauth said that coconut is

     

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  • GUYANA – ‘Death to parking meter by-laws’
    GUYANA – ‘Death to parking meter by-laws’

    , barbadostoday.bb

    GEORGETOWN – In its sixth week of protesting against the implementation of parking meters in the City of Georgetown, the Movement against Parking Meters has made their plea much more colourful by calling for the death of the parking meter by-laws. This message was communicated vividly yesterday with the enactment of a funeral procession in-front of the City Hall on Regent Street. A significant number of protesters were clad in black bottoms and white tops bearing the word ‘Undertaker’

     

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