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Meet Maya Parbhoe: The Pro-Bitcoin Presidential Candidate Who Wants to Save Suriname

Bitcoin Magazine 09 Jul 2024
... saw an opportunity in Suriname because we don’t have a capital market.” ... Parbhoe intended for OuroX to scale to the size of FTX, giving the people of Suriname access to capital markets in the process.
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Saamaka community demands govt. prevent industry encroachment on pristine territory

The Daily Herald - St Maarten 03 Jul 2024
Around 80 Saamaka Maroons, mostly women, arrived in Suriname's capital, Paramaribo, after hours of travelling from the country's south, to present the government with a petition seeking environmental protections for the regions they call home.
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Suriname's Saamaka community demands government prevent industry encroachment on pristine territory

Hindustan Times 03 Jul 2024
Around 80 Saamaka Maroons, mostly women, arrived in Suriname's capital, Paramaribo, after hours of traveling from the country's south, to present the government with a petition seeking environmental protections for the regions they call home.
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Brazil’s floods smashed through barriers designed to keep them out, trapping water in for weeks ...

CNN 19 May 2024
It’s heartbreaking.” The picture is a little different in Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul ... It ranks second-last for equality of all Latin American nations, ahead only of Suriname.
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GCC chief: All resources for sake of global development

Kuna 08 May 2024
... the eighth International Cooperation Conference, themed, "Propelling the Greater Caribbean through Pathways for Sustainable Development," held in Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname, on Tuesday.
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Feature: Surinamese villagers enjoy electricity supply thanks to eco-friendly Chinese solar project

China.dot.org 14 Apr 2024
... village, right in the heart of Suriname. Getting there from the capital city of Paramaribo takes five and a half hours -- two and a half hours by car and another three by boat along the Suriname River.
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US imposes entry ban on former Suriname President and military officials for involvement in human ...

Jurist 14 Apr 2024
In December 1982 and under Desi Bouterse’s presidency, 15 Surinamese men were arrested and transferred to Fort Zeelandia in Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname, where they were shot to death by ...
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Feature: Chinese company lights up hope for Surinamese villages in Amazon rainforest

China.dot.org 12 Apr 2024
... village, right in the heart of Suriname. Getting there from the capital city of Paramaribo takes five and a half hours -- two and a half hours by car and another three by boat along the Suriname River.
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Chinese company lights up hope for Surinamese villages in Amazon rainforest

Urdu Point 12 Apr 2024
Getting there from the capital city of Paramaribo takes five ...
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Interview: Vast potential for cooperation between Suriname, China, says Surinamese president

Xinhua 10 Apr 2024
Santokhi made the remarks in an interview with Xinhua in the capital Paramaribo ahead of his state visit to China, during which he expressed optimism about the enduring friendship and cooperation between Suriname and China.
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Azerbaijani Ambassador Presents Credentials To Surinamese President (PHOTO)

MENA FN 21 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 21. Azerbaijani Ambassador to Suriname (with residence in Brasilia city) Rashad Novruz was on a visit to Paramaribo, Suriname's capital, ... .
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Hess Reports Estimated Results for the Fourth Quarter of 2023

Enid News & Eagle 31 Jan 2024
Debt to Capitalization Ratio (a) ... (a)Other includes capital and exploratory expenditures associated with Suriname in the fourth quarter of 2022 ... (a)Other includes capital and exploratory expenditures associated with Canada in 2023 and Suriname in 2022.
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China's development, expertise provide great opportunities for Suriname: officials

Xinhua 26 Jan 2024
will definitely be of added value for my work and Suriname because of the progress China has made on the elimination of Malaria in China," said Pascual Zeegelaar, chief medical official of the ...
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Petronas seeks fiscal incentives to develop Suriname gas project

Natural Gas World 24 Jan 2024
Block 52, north of the coast of capital Paramaribo, belongs to the prospective Suriname-Guyana basin, where Exxon has confirmed more than 11 billion barrels of recoverable oil and gas on Guyana's side.

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