Confirmed: Student hospitalised with scissors stuck in head

Doctors in Guyana conducted surgery on a boy who was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, after a scissors was plunged in in his head yesterday during a dispute.

The 13-year-old student of the Patentia Secondary School had an altercation with a 15-year-old student of the same institution. Police stated that one of the students used a scissors to attack the other and it became stuck in the 13-year-old's head. The accused student was later taken into custody.

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Education Ministry to dispatch 80 Math coaches, specialists

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