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By Anthony L Hall The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland is an annual gabfest that attracts A-list heads of state, international financiers, academics, philanthropists, politicians, and celebrities. Therefore, it speaks volumes that the only redeeming news from this year’s gathering (January 22-25) is that someone finally had the balls to tell them what hypocrites […]

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(SNO) — Saint Lucian artiste, Legal, has released a new album entitled ‘Life’ on a variety of web platforms. The album was produced by JRC Record. It features producers from Senegal, Africa, Martinique and Jamaica, and artiste Norris Man and Lutan Fyah, from Jamaica. “I am a proud Saint Lucian representing on a high level in ...

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By Sir Ronald Sanders Commentators in western media, that dominate international news distribution, characterise any government, entity or person who speaks out against meddling in the internal affairs of Venezuela as “supporters of the Maduro regime”. Implicit in the characterization is that all these governments, entities or persons are “in the pocket” of the Venezuelan […]

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By David Jessop In the years following the Arab Spring, Europe learnt that, without prior planning and consideration, large numbers of people fleeing instability can rapidly create political, social and economic tensions in ways that polarise national discourse, change politics, affect foreign relations, and redefine social thinking. Without clear policies and a well-planned response to […]

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By Hudson George Whatever the outcome of Venezuela’s political crisis, the Caribbean region will not be the same again. If the Nicolas Maduro government survives, or if the US-backed interim leader Juan Guaido is installed by US military invasion, the region will become infested with foreign military presence for a very long time because the […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Two men were killed dur­ing five sep­a­rate shoot­ing in­ci­dents with­in a pe­ri­od of two hours in North, Cen­tral and South Trinidad on Thurs­day night, push­ing the mur­der toll to 58 by 11 pm. Ac­cord­ing to po­lice re­ports, the two fa­tal shoot­ings hap­pened in Port-of-Spain and Rousil­lac. In the first in­ci­dent at about ...

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Dear Sir: Nine months into her leadership as prime minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley has called for a weekend of prayers for peace, healing and unity at the start of Black History Month. The prime minister began her political career in 1991, which is the same year that I took an interest in politics […]

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Dear Sir: Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is relieved that the five Trinidad and Tobago seamen who were held captive by Venezuelan kidnappers for over five days have finally been released. Shamefully, our government can take no credit! FFOS is once again calling on the minister of national security to state whether the […]

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Dear Sir: The National Democratic Movement (NDM) has described the latest twist to the PetroJam scandal as nothing short of disgraceful and has called for taxpayers’ money paid out to former management staff in an “ indecent pay-off” to be returned forthwith. The NDM said the manner in which the scandalous affair has been handled […]

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Dear Sir: There is much discussion on whether the opposition United National Congress (UNC) should contest the next general elections in Trinidad and Tobago alone or join with others in a coalition. UNC leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has said the UNC is strong enough to stand alone. I respectfully disagree with her position. Political history has […]

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