With a Major Oil Discovery, Guyana Is Poised to Become a Top Producer
Exxon Mobil and Hess may soon confirm that the sea floor beneath the South American country’s coastal waters contains one of the richest energy discoveries in decades.
C.D.C. Issues Travel Alert for 8 More Locations Over Zika Virus
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added eight destinations to a list of countries that pregnant women should avoid to prevent infection.
1965: An Independent British Guiana
From the International Herald Tribune archives: British Guiana announces its independence in 1965.
Hallazgos de petróleo intensifican disputa territorial entre Guyana y Venezuela
En una riña que se remonta más de cien años, Venezuela afirma ser el legítimo propietario de todo el territorio al oeste del río Esequibo.
In Guyana, a Land Dispute With Venezuela Escalates Over Oil
Venezuela has long insisted it owns everything west of the Essequibo River, including the Guyanese town of Bartica, in a battle that intensified after an oil discovery.
Officer Randolph Holder Is Buried in His Native Guyana
Crowds lined the streets of the capital city of Georgetown on Saturday to honor a man who was fatally shot in the line of duty in Manhattan. Dozens of New York police officers were also on hand.
Cemetery in Guyana Is Prepared for Fallen Officer Randolph Holder, a Native Son
Officer Holder will be buried on Saturday in Le Repentir Cemetery in Guyana, where he played as a child.
Vigil for Slain Officer in Little Guyana Emphasizes Unity
The events honoring a slain officer, Randolph Holder, have brought together Guyanese residents, who represent the fifth-largest immigrant group in New York.
Death of Randolph Holder, New York Officer, Reverberates Across Continents
Officer Holder, 33, who was fatally shot Tuesday night, was a Guyanese immigrant who joined the Police Department five years ago. “It was something that he loved to do,” a relative said.
Tiny Birds, Big Drama: Inside the World of the Birdmen of Queens
Hobbyists who stage speed-singing contests in city parks fear that federal agents lurk, eager to shut them down.
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