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Topic - Bharrat Jagdeo
Guyana's president has banned an opposition television station from broadcasting for four months after authorities accused it of airing a slanderous comment about a close presidential associate.
A Caribbean Airlines jet coming from New York crashed and broke in two while landing in Guyana with 140 passengers aboard on Saturday, causing several injuries but no deaths, said President Bharrat Jagdeo.
Guyana has pledged to spend $30 million in the next three years to buy 90,000 laptops and resell them at a discount to the poor.
He said crews were pushing to reopen the airport as soon as possible.
"We are very, very grateful that more people were not injured," he said as authorities closed the airport, leaving hundreds of passengers stranded and delaying dozens of flights.