Posted: Saturday, December 31, 2016
The three forced the weeping teen to the banks of a river, forced her to strip and then took turns raping her in the dark as rain fell
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Business leaders, oil company chairman condemn Petrotrin strike threat
OWTU ready to strike
COME the New Year, this country's motorists could very well be hit with a gas shortage after the Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU) yesterday signalled its intention to serve strike notice
OWTU: Strike starts Wednesday
If the workers go on strike, approximately 4,450 of the company's 5,000 employees will be staying away from work for 90 days
...A great divide exists in country, says CWU leader
Bartlett to Roget: Put country first
...Plans in place, motorists told
MP threatens lawsuit over contract details
As work nears end at Tarouba stadium
Work goes on without UNC's input
Deadlock at Sangre Grande corporation
Cops: Zero tolerance on fireworks
WELCOME news for those who have campaigned against the illegal use of fireworks, particularly during Divali and on New Year's Eve.
'Zero tolerance' by cops for misuse of fireworks
TTPS provided a reminder on the provisions of the law as it relates to the use and sale of fireworks.
Revellers all set for tonight
Hotels report good business
T&T student returns home
Detained for 16 months in Saudi Arabia
Businessmen running scared over arson attacks
In an effort to ensure the public's safety, owner of IAM and Company Limited Ishmael Ali installed $6,000 padlocks on the back doors and washrooms which cannot be duplicated
New safety measures at IAM
Two more murders
A 22-YEAR-OLD man of Beverly Hills, Laventille was shot dead while his 19-year-old girlfriend was shot in the left arm after the two were ambushed by gunmen on Thursday night
Police believe body found is that of Sando man
THE decomposing body of a man who was found with his hands and feet bound on December 25 is believed to be that of Stephen Alexis who was reported missing.
Man survives shooting attack
A 38-year-old man was shot several times to his head, ear and back shortly after 8 pm on Thursday night.
Still no bail for rape accused
Taxi driver Afteba Huggins who has been in jail for almost a month on charges stemming from the rape and false imprisonment of a police woman returned to prison yesterday.
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