PM SLAMS TERROR EXPERT
Posted: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
PM SLAMS TERROR EXPERT
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday condemned allegations by former United States Navy Petty Officer Malcolm Nance that TT was among a group of countries which had more terrorists than seven predominantly Muslim countries
NATUC demands apology
...for statements which, "could convey, to others, that Trinidad and Tobago may be a potential terrorist threat and should therefore be under some sort of terrorist watch by the United States government."
Kamla: Rowley's statement insufficient
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley's statement yesterday, denying the allegations of MSNBC correspondent Malcolm Nance that Trinidad and Tobago should be on the US list of seven states banned temporarily...
Persad-Bissessar: Let citizens own guns
Businessman executed at lime
Fourteen years after being wounded in a shooting that claimed the life of his father, businessman Lyndon Collins was gunned down at a friend's home on Sunday.
Trump's immigration ban may reach region
US Congresswoman warns:
Bahamas govt refutes US TV report on terrorism
Mas bands hurt as crime, visa ban affect visitors
Concerns about crime and US immigration are affecting Carnival 2017 as some mas bands are reporting that registration has been affected
...Kamla not firing Ramdeen
United National Congress (UNC) Senator Gerald Ramdeen is being investigated by the Anti-Corruption Investigative Bureau (ACIB) for failing to dispense $.2 million to a client following a court order for damages in 2009.
SIS appeal decision reserved
...on whether conditional leave will be granted to the NGC to petition the London-based Privy Council to have its almost $400 million claim against SIS and subsidiary company Rain Forests Resorts Limited (RFRL) reinstated in the local courts.
PAVI needs money
Persons Associated with Visual Impairment (PAVI) desperately need $1,958,360 for operating expenses for the next three years.
La Brea beaches clean
THE clean-up operation of tar balls and splotches of oil which washed ashore along several La Brea beaches have been completed with no further oil spills or tar being observed.
International judge hails 'arrest' of Nigerian ship
Duke hits Rowley's feteing
...at a Carnival fete at a time when the nation is bleeding, with 52 murders being committed in the first month of this year.
Autopsy delays anger families
No pathologist for seven hours
Bodies pile up
THE bodies of murder victims lay unattended for several hours yesterday as no pathologist showed at the Forensic Science Centre in St James
Gang warfare blamed for prison violence
Gang rivalry between Rasta City and Muslims is being blamed for the eruption of violence behind the walls of the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) on Saturday which left several prisoners injured
Father of four drowns in Moruga
IT was double tragedy for a Princes Town family as just three years after their home collapsed, the breadwinner of the household drowned while bathing at a beach in Moruga on Sunday evening.
Suspect surrenders in missing woman's case
'Cops failing my missing daughter'
...family forms search party
3 men asking about Carmona's whereabouts released from custody
Express was told the men had nothing illegal on them, and had committed no crimes and as a result they were released yesterday.
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