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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A 16-year-old Trinidad and To­ba­go na­tion­al has been cap­tured on the bat­tle­field in Syr­ia with fight­ers for the Is­lam­ic State, a re­port in the New York Times says. The boy was ini­tial­ly thought to be an Amer­i­can but he was lat­er con­firmed to be a T&T teenag­er by US of­fi­cials and the ...

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Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, Thursday morning met with the residents of Rose Hill who lost their homes in the fire on New Year’s morning. Castries Central MP, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun and Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, were also in attendance, along with a representative from the Ministry of Social Transformation. Writing on his official Facebook page, Prime Minister […]

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Superstar reggae artiste Buju Banton has established a foundation which aims to ensure that at-risk youths, from newborn to 20 years old, have equal opportunities to succeed, through skills training and educational opportunities, according to news reports. “Born in abject poverty, I know what it is for a child to go without basic necessities. I also […]

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The National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) has issued an invitation to more members of the public who have grievances against minibus drivers to come forward. “Obviously I would like to see more persons come forward when they have issues,” NCOPT President, Godfrey Ferdinand, told St Lucia Times. Ferdinand spoke against the backdrop of a […]

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THE parents of the newborn baby who was snatched from the Victoria Jubilee Hospital  in Jamaica on Tuesday say they are optimistic that their son will be returned to them, according to the Jamaica Observer. Thirty-six hours after the baby was taken from the Kingston hospital, his father, Sinclair Hutton, told the newspaper that he has […]

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THE art of practising black magic in TT has become the subject of a police and immigration investigation, the suspects being nationals from India, according to a local news report. Newsday reports that scores of people had complained to the newspaper about being fleeced and, in some cases, sexually harassed by charlatans from India who […]

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