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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A 32-year-old woman shot and killed on Sunday night in Barataria. The deceased has been identified as Veronica Franco. Police were told that about 7.30 p.m. Franco was standing in her family’s yard at 12th Street, Barataria, talking to 31-year-old Kerry Fournillier, when two gunmen came. Franco and Fournillier attempted to flee. ...

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Three Saint Lucians were among seven people rescued by the fast-response U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley on Monday, May 6, Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir has confirmed. Desir said the four other people had no form of identification but preliminary investigations suggest they are from Venezuela. Reports are that the seven individuals were on ...

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Masked gunmen robbed a delivery vehicle at Morne D’or Monday afternoon, law enforcement sources have confirmed. According to information,the incident occurred about 2:15 pm. The vehicle was transporting liquor, some of which was taken by the bandits, it was reported. No further details are available at this time.

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STATEMENT FROM CWI PRESIDENT RICKY SKERRITT ON THE PASSING OF WEST INDIES LEGEND SEYMOUR NURSE We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of West Indies batting legend Seymour Nurse on Monday in his native Barbados, after battling illness. The Caribbean and the game have indeed, lost a true legend. Seymour was one of ...

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, Monday expressed concern after four Venezuelans and three Saint Lucians were held at sea last weekend. Law enforcement officials said the men who were travelling in a pirogue, were intercepted by a United States Coast Guard vessel and brought here Monday morning. Acting Police Commissioner, Milton Desir, told St […]

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Trinidad Newsday:- TWO Cabinet Ministers urged the Opposition not to blame Venezuela for certain crime and health woes facing TT, speaking in the House of Representatives yesterday. Minister of National Security Stuart Young rejected Naparima MP Rodney Charles’ claim that a recent 25 per cent hike in murders in the form of 49 murders in April […]

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Jamaica Observer:- BETWEEN 2013 and 2018, a total of 22 women were arrested for having sexual intercourse with boys under 16 years old. At the same time, 129 boys under the age of 16 were the victims of sexual assault for the same period. In fact, according to data from the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s (JCF’s) Statistics […]

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NBC News:- NEW YORK — When Cheslie Kryst won the Miss USA crown, it marked more than a personal triumph: It meant that for the first time, three black women are the reigning Miss USA, Miss Teen USA and Miss America. The North Carolina lawyer completed the historic triple Thursday with pageant winners 2019 Miss America […]

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