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US-Guyana Relations Not Going Down Well with Venezuela Ver la

By Sue-Ann Wayow THE strengthening ties between the United States and Guyana is weaking Guyana’s relationship with Venezuela. On Monday, Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez at a news conference criticised joint naval exercises conducted by the US and Guyana which she said was an attempt by the outgoing Trump administration to “create provocations, threats,” US […]Read More

AZPNews Top 12 T&T Stories of 2020

  IT’S rarely an easy decision to rank the top news story in any given year. But this year the decision was easy, and here Editor-in-Chief Prior Beharry, a journalist with more than 24 years experience in the industry, ranks Covid-19 as hands-down the number one story of the year. The year 2020 was […]Read More

Dumas/Daly: Stop the Megaphone Dilplomacy

  A former ambassador and a senior counsel of Trinidad and Tobago are expressing their views about the March 27 visit by Venezuela Vice President Delcy Rodriguez while the country’s borders were closed. Reginald Dumas, a former ambassador and head of the public service, and eminent attorney Martin Daly said they were “deeply concerned” by […]Read More

Young Admits Venezuela VP Exemption Letter is Real

    NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says that the leaked document showing the exemption granted to Venezuela Vice President Delcy Rodriguez and her delegation to enter Trinidad on March 27, 2020 is authentic. He said this on his Facebook page on Thursday night. The document dated March 26, 2020 with the ministry’s letterhead contains […]Read More

Rowley to Guardian Newspaper: I Reject Being Called a Liar

    PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he rejects being called a liar by the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian newspaper. He made the comment in a post on the Facebook page of the Office of the Prime Minister  in response to the editorial of the Guardian newspaper on Thursday. The editorial made reference to […]Read More