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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — While Trinidad & Tobago citizens who took their families to war-torn Syria and Iraq seek government’s help to return home, a criminologist is calling for the mothers, if ever they return, to be charged with trafficking their children. Criminologist Dr Simon Cottee, in a keynote address at a recent international conference hosted ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A lum­ber­er by trade, Bryan Fe­lix, 40, was asked by his neigh­bour Aleem Khan, 50, on Fri­day to help cut down some logs and build up a wood­en struc­ture on a par­cel of land in Cu­mu­to. The pair, who both lived off the Cu­mu­to Main Road in Coryal Vil­lage, re­turned home on ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Two men were ar­rest­ed and a quan­ti­ty of forged US cur­ren­cy seized by of­fi­cers of the Spe­cial Branch and North­ern Di­vi­sion dur­ing an an­ti-crime ex­er­cise con­duct­ed in the Tu­na­puna dis­trict last week. Dur­ing the ex­er­cise which was con­duct­ed around 11 pm, on Thurs­day 10th Oc­to­ber 2019, of­fi­cers in­ter­cept­ed a ve­hi­cle with a ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A Tri­nidad-born sur­geon prac­tis­ing in Eng­land is be­ing hailed as a hero by many for suc­cess­ful­ly re­con­struct­ing the jaw of a 15-year-old girl fol­low­ing a horse-rid­ing ac­ci­dent. Con­sul­tant Oral & Max­illo­fa­cial sur­geon based at Sheffield Teach­ing Hos­pi­tals and an Hon­orary Se­nior Clin­i­cal Lec­tur­er at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Sheffield, Ri­car­do Mo­hammed-Ali, suc­cess­ful­ly re­con­struct­ed ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Church ser­vices re­sumed on Sat­ur­day at the Trans­formed Life Min­istry, East­ern Main Road in Arou­ca and the at­ten­dance was de­scribed as “the usu­al.” The Pas­tor, Glen Awong, was al­so said to be “do­ing well.” Speak­ing with the Guardian Me­dia yes­ter­day, a long-stand­ing church mem­ber, from since in­cep­tion, who wished not to be ...

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Caribbean Airlines lost over US$600 million in the last eight years(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley said yesterday State-owned Caribbean Airlines is in the black “for the first time”. Speaking at the “Spotlight on Budget 2020” forum at the Radisson Hotel, Port of Spain, the Prime Minister said from losing over US$600 million ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Residents of Embacadere, San Fernando had become so accustomed hearing gunshots that when they rang out on Wednesday night no one checked. This morning, they awoke to find out one of their own residents had been killed. Ezekiel Daniel, 22, who lived at building G, was found behind building C. He had ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Two po­lice of­fi­cers have been charged with mis­be­hav­iour in pub­lic of­fice, fol­low­ing an in­ci­dent in­volv­ing a male vic­tim which oc­curred in March 2018. A re­lease from the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice (TTPS) said PC Jonathan Bart, 26, who has five years’ ser­vice and was last at­tached to the West­ern Di­vi­sion Crim­i­nal ...

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(NEWS DAY T&T) — A former employee of the Transformed Life Ministry Rehabilitation Centre said she is shocked at what has been reported about her former workplace. The ex-worker, who did not want to be identified, recalled earlier this year having to transport a young mentally ill woman to the facility. The woman who was ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is standing by his initial statement that persons found yesterday at the Transformed Life Ministry (TLM) Rehabilitation Centre were victims of human trafficking and “modern-day slavery”. Speaking to the Express via telephone hours after a police raid on the Arouca facility, Griffith said the public must expand its ...

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