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Posted: Monday, June 2, 2014

Police sources confirmed that Jadel is the country's youngest person to be shot dead this year and the brothers' execution has sent the murder toll for the year to 185.

Siblings Slain

Boys executed in Morvant
A NINE-YEAR-OLD boy and his 15-year-old brother, both believed to be instrumental in several robberies in the Port of Spain area, were yesterday killed when gunmen entered their family's home

Howai: I will investigate
FINANCE Minister Larry Howai, yesterday said he will investigate several issues in terms of compliance with proper accounting procedures at certain government ministries

Inconsistencies delaying $$ to contractors - Howai

AG: Govt fighting money laundering
ATTORNEY General Anand Ramlogan last week told a high level meeting of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) in Miami that the TT Government remains committed to the fight against money laundering and the financing of international terrorism.

Prominent Tobago businessman faces six sex charges

President Carmona off to Argentina

5 Trinidadians still detained in Venezuela
It has been more than two months since five Trinidad and Tobago nationals were held by Venezuelan authorities.

Tobago autonomy talks begin today: to span two months
Equality, boundaries and borrowing are just a few of the areas which Tobago's political leaders have agreed should be the focus of autonomy talks for the island over the next two months.

Indentured immigrant Sogaree Jattan dies at 110
Jattan, who was believed to be this country's oldest living person, passed away three days after she was admitted to hospital for "general weakness" caused by her age.

Abdulah blasts McLeod
CLEAR battle lines were established yesterday between political leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah and his former leader Labour Minister Errol Mcleod

No $1m pay for contractor
Shoddy work at savannah, says Mayor

Dookeran weighs calls to fight Prakash
...Analyst: Neither fit to lead COP

New report points to Warner
Qatar 2022 World Cup bid

The grand, old house of Brazil
Decades in ruins...

Kidney disease on the rise
... due to the increase in both diabetes and hypertension.

Moruga fishermen upset over new facility

Shot child out of ICU
SARAH HARRY, the four-year-old girl who was shot in the forehead by a stray bullet, is out of the Intensive Care Unit and is breathing on her own

Woman, 75, robbed of car
A 75-YEAR-OLD San Fernando woman was robbed of her car at gunpoint yesterday morning

Cruel and inhumane
GAME WARDENS, acting on a tip-off, went to a makeshift pet shop in Pleasantville on Saturday and rescued a quantity of endangered exotic birds

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