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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A 61-year-old man, who was left per­ma­nent­ly scarred af­ter doused with acid by his sis­ter-in-law, has fi­nal­ly re­ceived com­pen­sa­tion af­ter an al­most two-decade-long le­gal bat­tle. On Jan­u­ary 31, High Court Mas­ter Martha Alexan­der or­dered more than $1 mil­lion com­pen­sa­tion for Raf­fick Mo­hammed, of Walk­er Street, Ca­roni, at the end of his pro­tract­ed ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — An Asian mafia con­nec­tion is fu­elling the mul­ti-mil­lion dol­lar world of sex slaves in Trinidad and To­ba­go, in­tel­li­gence sources close to the in­ves­ti­ga­tion have re­vealed to Guardian Me­dia. These star­tling de­tails be­gan to emerge as po­lice gath­ered more in­for­ma­tion af­ter crack­ing what they be­lieve was a ma­jor sex and drug ring op­er­at­ing ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The 19 Span­ish-speak­ing girls who were res­cued by po­lice on Wednes­day dur­ing raids at a Chi­nese restau­rant in Wood­brook and homes in Diego Mar­tin and West­moor­ings have all been placed at an undis­closed lo­ca­tion rather than the Im­mi­gra­tion De­ten­tion Cen­tre (IDC) which lacks space. Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young made the dis­clo­sure ...

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(SNO) — A number of persons have been injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred in Bexon Thursday evening, according to emergency officials. A car reportedly collided head-on with a minibus, trapping the driver of the car, who was eventually removed. Emergency officials received report of the accident around 8:19 p.m. The medical status of ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith says T&T has a great de­mand for child pros­ti­tu­tion and child pornog­ra­phy. He made the com­ment dur­ing an in­ter­view on CNC3’s Morn­ing Brew yes­ter­day, as he ad­dressed the po­lice crack­ing of what they be­lieve is a ma­jor sex and drug traf­fick­ing ring on Tues­day. Po­lice ar­rest­ed at ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Af­ter pay­ing a US$90,000 ran­som, which in­clud­ed 10 cell­phones, gold jew­ellery and sev­er­al boat en­gines, five fish­er­men from Morne Di­a­blo, Pe­nal, fi­nal­ly re­turned to their fam­i­lies yes­ter­day. Lyn­ton Manohar, 35, Ja­son O’Bri­an, 38, Jagdesh Jude Jaikaran, 16, Bran­don Ar­joon, 28 and Ricky Ramb­harose, 35 ar­rived in a pirogue at Morne Di­a­blo around ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb. 7, CMC – Five fishermen who were reportedly abducted by Venezuelan pirates have returned home after more than a week. The police report that the men, Lynton Manohar, 35 Jason O’Brien, 38, Brandon Arjoon, 28, Jagdesh Jaikeran, 17 and Rickey Rambharose, 49, came back to Trinidad on a canoe. O’Brien’s ...

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ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Feb. 7, CMC – Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell says his administration is committed to the nation’s development as Grenada celebrates 45 years of political independence from Britiain. In his Independence Day message, Mitchell said 45 years means that the island has achieved a certain level of maturity. “As a ...

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb. 7, CMC – The Turkeyen campus of the University of Guyana on Thursday announced that it will be closed for the remainder of the week following a bomb threat for the second consecutive day. The University says while no explosive device of any kind was found when officers from the police force ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb. 7, CMC – The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) is urging Jamaicans to develop a family emergency plan, which is integral in preparing for disasters such as a hurricane or earthquake. Family members should be assigned specific areas of responsibility during an emergency, such as calling an ambulance or ...

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