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Police are maintaining a determined silence in relation to reports on the Internet, also broadcast by at least one home-based radio outlet, that a local TV reporter has been linked with the bomb scare two days before Independence.

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley has con­demned the at­tack on Tu­na­puna (Simb­hoonath Capildeo) Hin­du Pri­ma­ry School prin­ci­pal Jee­wan Ramd­hanie. “I saw where two cit­i­zens went in­to a school and al­leged­ly beat up a prin­ci­pal over the ac­tions of the prin­ci­pal in deal­ing with a stu­dent. I con­sid­er this to be a prob­a­bly ...

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(IFL SCIENCE) — Farms in India have reached out to the authorities after repeatedly being attacked by opium-addicted parrots. Farmers in Madhya Pradesh say their opium crops are being ruined by parrots who keep returning to raid their farms in an attempt to get high. The farmers have been guarding the fields day and night ...

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(SKY NEWS) — A black civil rights activist has become the unlikely new leader of a white supremacist group – and says he intends to destroy it from within. James Hart Stern, 54, has been named the director and president of the National Socialist Movement (NSM), in a move which has drawn comparisons to the Spike ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The Portland man who was initially taken into custody and released in connection with the gruesome murder of Dr Lynvale Bloomfield was yesterday charged with murder after he was again called in for questioning. Simeon Sutherland, 20, was charged by detectives from the Major Investigation Division (MID) after being questioned for several ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — Five children, with the youngest being four years old, are now left without a mother after the 35-year-old woman was murdered a short distance away from her home on Wednesday evening in North Sophia, Greater Georgetown. Nadina Kalamadeen was stabbed about her body by a man identified as ‘Raymond,’ who allegedly stalked ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Grena­da so­ca star, Mr Kil­la has won the 2019 Pow­er So­ca cat­e­go­ry in the In­ter­na­tion­al So­ca Monarch com­pe­ti­tion. The re­sult came as lit­tle sur­prise to many as Mr Kil­la, whose re­al name is Hol­lice Jon­ah Mapp, was rid­ing high in the lead-up to the event with his pop­u­lar, ‘Run With It’ that ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Regional airline LIAT could go belly-up in the next ten days unless CARICOM can find it a $10 million lifeline. The faltering airline needs an immediate cash injection of about US$5 million to keep flying or it could cease to operate soon. Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds has also sent a warning ...

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