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60 bullets fired at two victims
Posted: Saturday, June 17, 2017

60 bullets fired at two victims
Cops probe mafia link in Chinese killings

Chinese businessman, worker shot dead
TWO CHINESE nationals, one a businessman and the other his employee, were shot dead by two hitmen who fired over 60 bullets at a car the victims were in on Thursday night.

Killings caught on tape
...cops don't know the motive

ONE of four suspects detained for robbing and assaulting Fr Clyde Harvey last Monday, told police during interrogation that he and his cohorts had, "Robbed everybody already, so is time to rob God."

Four held for Fr Harvey's robbery

Canadians seize 43 kilos of cocaine from TT
...concealed in the fake floor of a cargo container was discovered by the Canada Border Services Agency aboard a flight from this country and landed at Pearson International Airport last month.

$M cocaine haul forces Canada, T&T collaboration

EFCL faces $550M in litigation claims

Three women vie for COP leadership
THREE women have submitted their candidacies in time for yesterday's nomination day for the Congress of the People (COP) leadership election due on July 9.

More bad weather expected, says Met Office

OWTU blames TTEC management
"In 1981 we had 200,000 customers. In 2017, we have approximately 500,000 customers yet we have 50 less crews..."

Call for Braille to be taught to low-vision students

Immigration and Customs officers schooled in CSME
LOCAL immigration and customs officers were among their Caricom counterparts in a course on the implementation of the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME) obligations.

NIB says it followed the law in amputee's case

SRP waits for reinstatement
3 years after robbery charge dropped

Scholar to know on Oct 2 if he has to repay $3M
NATIONAL scholarship winner Dr Ryan Wellington will know on October 2 if he is to repay over $3 million to the Government after he failed to return to this country after completing his studies in medicine.

65-year-old robbed at gunpoint, suspect shot by police
A 30-year-old Cumuto man who robbed a 65-year-old man of $4,000 on Thursday afternoon, was wounded during a shootout with a joint team of officers from the Northern/ Eastern divisions.

Friends dispute cops' account of man's killing

Trini caught with cocaine in stomach at JA airport
A Trinidadian drug mule who ingested several pellets of cocaine and attempted to board a flight to Europe in Jamaica, has been arrested and remains in police custody.

YTC like a vacation, compared to big jail
..."So they say," a San Fernando magistrate yesterday told a man whom she warned to stop risking his liberty by breaking the law.

2 St Michael's escapees give up
Police are hoping the parents of nine of the 11 teenagers who ran away from the St Michael's Home for Boys on Tuesday do the right thing and assist them in apprehending the teens.

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