Kaieteur News

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Kaieteur News
TypeDaily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Headquarters Flag of Guyana.svg 24 Saffon Street, Charlestown, Georgetown, Guyana
Website kaieteurnewsonline.com

Kaieteur News is a privately owned daily newspaper published in Guyana, South America. Kaieteur News columnists include Freddie Kissoon, Stella Ramsaroop, Adam Harris, and an anonymous columnist who goes by the nom de plume "Peeping Tom".

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