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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A two-year-old girl is in critical condition at the Mt Hope Hospital after being struck by a car in Arima. It happened at about 10.15a.m. on Monday along La Retreat Road, Arima. The 29-year-old driver told police that he was in driving along in his Nissan Frontier when he saw a group ...

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(NEWSDAY) — AFTER gunmen opened fire in Princes Town on Sunday killing 24-year-old Kyrel “Nash” Braxton and wounding two passers-by including a girl, police found a gun on the victim’s body. Police seized the illegal Browning Hi-Power gun which they said belonged to Braxton who lived at St Croix Road in Princes Town. The two ...

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(DALLASNEWS.COM) – Fired Dallas police Officer Amber Guyger’s attorneys asked a judge Monday to move her murder trial out of Dallas, citing “media hysteria” surrounding the fatal shooting of Botham Jean. Guyger, 30, killed Jean on Sept. 6 inside his apartment when she was off-duty but still in uniform. Authorities said she mistook his apartment ...

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(NEWSDAY) — SOMEWHERE in TT a family has an urn with ashes of someone they think is their relative, but doesn’t. Those ashes belong to relatives of Euline Blondell. The confusion was noticed on Friday when Blondell’s family went to Belgroves Funeral Chapel in Tacarigua for their final farewell. Before the funeral began, Blondell’s children ...

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(THE DAILY MAIL) — The toddler who fell to her death after slipping out of her grandfather’s arms on a cruise ship which was docked in Puerto Rico has been identified. 19-month-old Chloe Wiegand from Indiana plunged 150 feet from the Royal Caribbean vessel in San Juan on Sunday afternoon. Her maternal grandfather, identified as ...

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(NATIONNEWS) — THE URGENT NEED for blood is not solely as a result of the upsurge in violent crimes. This is according to director of medical services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Anthony Harris. “We do have other requirements for blood; other illnesses require blood other than trauma. Every now and then you would ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A Detroit music festival has dropped its controversial plan to charge white concertgoers twice as much as people of color — saying it was for the “safety of the community” following a furious backlash. The AfroFuture Fest sparked outrage with its ticketing model for the Aug. 3 event that saw people ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — Electrifying footage shows a small boat getting hit by a huge bolt of lightning in Massachusetts and immediately bursting into flames. “Holy s–t, that boat is on fire!” a woman says in South Boston after the direct hit in a severe storm Saturday. The video, obtained by Boston 25 News, shows ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A Venezuelan baby boy fell 20 feet from an apartment window on Sunday. Jaider Mareno, 10 months old, is in critical condition at a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The incident happened at the apartment at Petit Café, Indian Walk, where the child lives with his mother and other relatives. Police were told ...

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Press Release:–  CCRIF SPC and the World Bank are pleased to announce that on July 1, the Facility issued the Caribbean Oceans and Aquaculture Sustainability FaciliTy (COAST) fisheries parametric insurance policy to two of its member governments – Grenada and Saint Lucia. The COAST insurance policies provide coverage for fisherfolk and other players in the […]

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