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Shame and no Excuses

UN: 50 million in still slavery antonjiesamfoek / eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 2 december 2022– About 50 million people live in modern slavery worldwide, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in his message marking International Day for the Abolition of Slavery on Dec. 2. The condition is to be found in almost every country. It also crosses ethnic, cultural,…
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Biden to meet with Lula

Biden to meet with Lula

in Brasília eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, dec 5th  2022 — Sometime this month, probably after 12 December Brazilian president-elect Lula da Silva will be meeting with US President Joe Biden at the White House. The news was confirmed in Washington and in Lula’s headquarters.  “I can confirm that we are planning for a visit,” White House National…
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Finally A Dawn of Peace in Venezuela ??

Finally A Dawn of Peace in Venezuela ??

Seven ( 07 ) million refugees since Maduro seized power eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 26th November 2022–Venezuela’s government and opposition signed an agreement on Saturday in Mexico for more social security.  Now that the two sides are back in talks, the United States has decided to lift some of the sanctions against the country.In Mexico, deputies of …
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The Very Best Meat

Out of a Factory eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 25 november 2022–US firm GOOD Meat invited a number of reporters to a tasting of “cultivated chicken” – what the industry is branding lab-grown meat that comes not from a living bird, but from a tank of chicken cells. This was a rare opportunity. Currently, the only place in the…
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Bustling Guyana and surroundings

Once Dormant Georgetown shifts gears eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 25 november 2022– In just seven years, Georgetown has morphed into the oil capital of neighbouring Guyana in South America.  Within its borders are several major shore base facilities such as G-Port and the Guyana Shore Base (GYSBI). It is also home to the headquarters of the Stabroek Block operator,…
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Even more scandal in Qatar

Ecuador bribed [ ??]  eyesonsuriname / antonjiesamfoek Amsterdam, 19 nov 2022– As the World Cup is about to kick off this coming Sunday in Qatar, reports went viral regarding the hosts alleged bribing of Ecuadorian players for US$ 7.4 million so that the hosts would win the tournament’s opening game. Arab journalist Amjad Taha assured on social…
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Venezuela after Guyana's oil claiming border dispute in The Hague

Venezuela after Guyana’s oil claiming border dispute in The Hague

Neighbouring Suriname eyesonsuriname the Hague, Nov 19th 2022–The Venezuelan government wants to resolve the border dispute in direct talks with Guyana, but the latter insists it has been already regulated with the 1899 settlement.  We will demonstrate Guyana’s claim is inadmissible,” Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez said on Thursday to the International Court of Justice in…
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Paramaribo Port

Abundant Opportunity For Suriname Entrepreneurs

Chances For Paramaribo  ( Hello Mr. Ramdin, President Santhoki are you listening ?? Hello…are you there ?? ) Part III  eyesonsuriname H. W. French and Anton JieSamFoek Amsterdam, Nov 9 th 2022–It is not immediately obvious where the income necessary to sustain this kind of commercial strip comes from. Some surely derives from work in the offshore oil business based nearby,…
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Soccer monitoring

Modern Soccer Monitoring

Cameras everywhere eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, November 13 2022 –15,000 cameras or even more cameras  will monitor soccer fans across eight stadiums and on the streets of Doha during the 2022 World Cup, an event expected to attract more than 1 billion football fans from around the globe. “What you see here is the future of stadium operations,” the…
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Abundant Opportunity For Suriname Entrepreneurs

Chances For Paramaribo  ( Hello Mr. Ramdin, President Santhoki are you listening ?? Hello…are you there ?? ) Part II   Eyesonsuriname H. W. French and Anton JieSamFoek Amsterdam, Nov 8th 2022 We followed a route traced out on a Michelin map. It did not take long to discover that many of the routes marked on the map in red –…
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