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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A tanker explosion at an oil production facility in Moruga has killed one worker and critically injured another. The deceased has been identified as Phillip Ramlochan, of South Oropouche. Ramlochan and a co-workers are employed with Total Contractors, a trucking company. They were at Massy Energy Production Resources Moruga West Fields, at ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Prominent San Fernando attorney and former a former president of the Criminal Bar Association Chateram Sinanan has died. His death was confirmed by the Assembly of Southern Lawyers on Tuesday. The Association stated, “It is with sorrow that we must inform you that Mr. Chaitram Sinanan departed this life today 4th June, ...

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(BBC) — Mohammad Hafeez hailed a “total team effort” by Pakistan after their 14-run World Cup win against England. Pakistan were all out for just 105 in their opening match with West Indies but amassed 348-8 at Trent Bridge after being put into bat, Hafeez making 84. The 38-year-old, who hit eight fours and two ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Two high-powered rifles were discovered by officers of the Port of Spain Division, during an exercise in the Sea Lots area, today. The exercise was coordinated by ACP Hackshaw and Snr. Supt. Hodge Griffith, and supervised by Insp. McGuirk. Officers attached to the Port of Spain Task Force, searched a bushy area ...

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(BBC) — England’s Jason Roy and Jofra Archer have been fined 15% of their match fee by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for behaviour during Monday’s Cricket World Cup defeat by Pakistan. Batsman Roy made an “audible obscenity” in the 14th over of Pakistan’s innings after a misfield by England. Archer, who took 0-79, showed ...

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