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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A sound engineer who was charged with the sexual penetration of two girls appeared before the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court. Kharril Edwards, 19, faced magistrate Alicia Chankar charged that between August 31 and October 1 2018 he sexually penetrating a 14-year-old female child. A second charge laid by constable St John of ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A security guard who allegedly stole a money bag containing $157,000 he was hired to transport to the bank is expected to appear in court on Monday. The suspect, a 35 year old man of Bon Air Gardens, Arouca, is to appear before a Chaguanas magistrate. Police said on January 19 the ...

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(CNN) — First it was Prada. Then Gucci. Now, Katy Perry is being called out for creating fashion that evokes blackface. The singer’s namesake brand faces criticism over two styles of shoes that some say feature racist imagery. CNN has reached out to Perry for comment. Perry debuted her line of whimsical shoes in 2017. ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley has called on res­i­dents of To­ba­go to frown up­on crimes against tourists. The Prime Min­is­ter spoke briefly with the me­dia dur­ing a tour of the ma­jor in­fra­struc­tur­al projects on the is­land yes­ter­day, one of which was the brand new Old Grange Po­lice Sta­tion at Shir­van. Row­ley said ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Seventeen people were killed and four were injured when a fire engulfed a hotel in New Delhi while most guests were sleeping. The blaze at the Arpit Palace Hotel in western New Delhi has been extinguished and authorities are investigating what caused it. “We have to check the stability of the structure, ...

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(BBC) — Democrats and Republicans have reached an agreement in principle over border security to fund the US government and avert another partial shutdown. Lawmakers said the deal had been struck in a closed-door meeting in Washington. No details have been released. Talks had stalled on the detention of undocumented migrants and funding for President ...

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(SEARCHLIGHT) — Following in the footstep of Jamaica and predicting the government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines will be issuing is first licences for the cultivation, manufacture and export of medicinal cannabis products this year. It is estimated that the newly established industry will generate at least $5-million to the economy and speaking in ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Limitations on joining the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) such as tattoos and age may soon be a thing of the past. That is according to Attorney General Dale Marshall who says the RBPF’s top brass had already been instructed to step up its recruitment drive and such adjustments in limitations might ...

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(NEWS.COM.AU) — More than 100 people died in two Indian states after drinking bootleg alcohol, police and media say, in the worst such case in years. Many of those who died in Haridwar in Uttarkhand state and two districts in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh complained of stomach pains and respiratory problems, relatives and officials said. Police ...

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(SNO) — A man who was gunned down in Jacmel Monday afternoon appears to be a “foreign-born national”, according to law enforcement sources. The shooting occurred around 2 p.m. A video of the aftermath of the victim is circulating on social media. The victim was motionless and unresponsive when law enforcement and emergency officials arrived ...

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