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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — There is a six-year-old boy in Central Trinidad orphaned by crime. He has no mother to wipe his tears if he hurts, and no father to hold him steady as he tries to ride a bicycle. Christmas, birthdays and special occasions are spent with grandparents and other family members who have stepped ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — The son of a retired police inspector has become the fourth person to be arrested and charged with the kidnapping, rape and robbery of two women days before the new year. Anniece Ravello, 28 of San Fernando appeared before magistrate Alicia Chankar claiming that his life had been threatened by his co-accused ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A woman who was hired by a Champs Fleurs couple as a live-in housekeeper in 2007, has been sent to prison after she pleaded guilty to attempting to murder the father of the family by repeatedly stabbing him during a robbery at their home. It was less than one month after Ria ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Three shooting deaths within the first two weeks of the year have left residents in some communities fearing for their lives. This is in light of the brazenness of the shootings, some of which occurred in broad daylight. The most recent killing took place on Tuesday when Daryll “Rude” Harris, of Phase ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Rel­a­tives of cousins Ken­rick Mor­gan and Kendall Singh are pray­ing that their kid­nap­pers have a change of heart and not kill them by this week­end’s dead­line. A US$40,000 ran­som has been de­mand­ed for their re­turn. Sources said that both men were from av­er­age fam­i­lies who could not af­ford to pay the US$40,000 ...

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Volunteer Saint Lucia has provided relief assistance to victims of the recent Rose Hill fire. The donation consisted of clothing, toiletries, baby items, school supplies and food supplies. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, said on his official Facebook page that he is extremely proud of the  work which Mrs. Diane Felicien and her team from Volunteer Saint Lucia,  […]

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(CMC) – The Jamaica government says it cannot provide the level of funding required by the Jamaica Tallawahs, dealing a major blow to the aspirations of the Caribbean Premier League franchise ahead of the new season. Sports Minister Olivia Grange said while government would continue to provide financial support for Tallawahs, the over US$1.5 million ...

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