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Talk of Trinidad 14 March 2013
In awarding more than $.4 million to one of the people charged under the Anti Gang legislation during the state of emergency in 2011, a High Court judge yesterday slammed the police officers who ch
A 53-year-old man was held by police after he reportedly shot and killed his friend, who remains unidentified.
Police said the suspect was a US deportee.
Residents of Bhagaloo Street, Gittens Lane and Chris Terrace West in Enterprise, Chaguanas, yesterday made a desperate plea for soldiers to come to their rescue.
National Security Minister Carl Alfonso says the police should probe reports that a police dragnet in crime hotspot Enterprise, Chaguanas, on Sunday was compromised after criminals were tipped off
A Laventille woman who was just overcoming the grief after her husband was murdered a year ago has been thrown into mourning again after her son was killed on Saturday.
A land dispute has been blamed for a shooting incident in Plum Mitan, east of Sangre Grande, on Sunday, which left an 11- year old boy nursing gunshot injuries after he was shot while asleep.
Jamaat-al-Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr has failed in his two lawsuits against the State for charging him with a murder in 2010 for which he was eventually freed.
It is being billed as the Great Debate between Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley.
I’ve been Catholic all my life but for the first time I’m on the edge of a change. My mother, while Catholic on paper, never went to church with me while I was growing up.
The United States Department of Justice has not yet sent any final requests to the T&T authorities on the Jack Warner extradition request, the US Embassy in T&T stated yesterday.
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