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Posted: Sunday, December 29, 2013

Families pray during first Christmas without murdered cousins:

Country in crisis
St Lucia Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony has described the damage inflicted on his country due to extreme weather as a "humanitarian crisis".

'...Damage may run into tens of millions'
St. Lucia

Dominica needs EC$45m to rebuild
...says PM Skerrit in wake of deadly rains

Diego Corp pleads with Govt to clean main rivers
As they send supplies to St Lucia, St Vincent...

Crisis in the Caribbean as the Year Ends

Of natural disaster and new political challenges in Caricom

Jack to visit oil spill areas
Interim Political Leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Jack Warner says he will be visiting La Brea tomorrow to see what assistance his party can offer to those affected by the oil spill in the area.

Fishermen, residents under pressure
Thick blankets of crude oil floating two miles off the Pointe-a-Pierre jetty have left fishermen wondering whether a tenth oil leak has developed in the Gulf of Paria

Cops nab man with machine gun in 'gang' shoot-out
POLICE intervened during a shoot-out in Laventille yesterday afternoon, injuring one of the gunmen who was wielding an M-16 machine gun which he was about to fire at officers.

Government gets top marks for 20 percent subsidy
...according to the latest North American Caribbean Teachers Association (Nacta) poll

Back to tribal politics
'...T&T will vote along racial lines in 2015'

The people who dominated our front pages
In 2013, the Sunday Express relentlessly pursued and broke a number of exclusive stories that placed the spotlight on Members of Parliament and top State officials.

The curious case of the false CVs
It was a year in which fraudulent credentials came to the forefront at State enterprises.

Early morning quake shakes north-west T&T
A magnitude 4.1 earth­quake shook many out of their sleep in the north-western parts of Trinidad early yesterday morning.

Thompson-Ahye: Stop licks in the home
One way to address an unsubstantiated increase in child abuse and child sexual abuse.

RC priest: Pray and act against wrong, evil
Roman Catholic Priest Fr Clyde Harvey says while we are enjoying life, we must stop to think of the children who are suffering around the world.

Investors must not finance highway—Kublalsingh it is an "economically ruinous project."

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