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Dillon denies
Posted: Friday, February 16, 2018

Dillon denies Muslims being unfairly targeted
Meeting called as tension in the Muslim community rose in the wake of the arrest of 13 suspects, all Muslim

Tariq Mohammed on terror plot claim: Just ludicrous

Families deserve apologies—Muslim leaders

251 citizens suspected of financing terrorism
The FIUTT said that between October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017, 112 of the 877 suspicious transaction reports/suspicious activity reports (STRs/SARs) detected were related to suspected financing of terrorism

Cops claim Carnival crime fighting success, thank God
Carnival 2018 Gold Commander Deputy Police Commissioner Deodat Dulalchan on Thursday issued a statement at a post-Carnival media briefing

Chinese New Year delays Tobago ferry
Chinese New Year celebrations have stalled the release of sailing permits to allow the $120m new passenger ferry, Galleons Passage, to travel to T&T

Chamber praises CAL for saving passengers the face of the crisis created when the seabridge collapsed last week in the height of the Carnival season.

Prison officer beaten trying to seize cell phone

Slow, painful death for Tobago murder suspect
The suspect in the brutal killing of Tobago school teacher Kla Marie Solomon-Cain died at the Scarborough General Hospital on Wednesday night.

‘Ah fraid he kill me'
ABUSED Penal mother of one Gail Harripersad, has now gone into hiding as a 47-year-old man who beat her, almost leaving her blind, remains at large.

Jagessar breaks 19-year drought to win Sando Band of the Year
Jagessar's traditional Indian mas portrayal of Eminence, edged out reigning champions Ivan Kalicharan into second place.

Fuad: 'This is madness'
This was how Barataria/San Juan MP Dr Fuad Khan has described the actions of a woman who was spotted jumping up in a Carnival band on Tuesday with a six-month old boy in tow.

I play mas when I'm pregnant
Grandmother Francesca Cabrera, 37, said yesterday she had no regrets about dancing with her five-month-old grandson strapped onto her on Carnival Monday

Man dresses up as soldier for Carnival...goes to jail
A MAN who wore a full army kit as a Carnival costume was jailed for 15 months on Thursday.

PoS J'Ouvert bands may be charged for clean up

Lawyers want answers on status of probe into CJ's conduct

Hold your hand
Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in England ordered State-owned Petrotrin to hold its hand on seizing A&V's Catshill's field in Barrackpore without giving an explanation.

I'm thankful he was found

Widow waiting 5 years for HDC home

Teen robbed and raped
An 18-year-old Caroni woman was abducted, robbed and sexually assaulted after being held up by a man posing as a passenger in a green-band maxi taxi

Two bodies found
In the most recent of the two, police said the badly decomposing body of a man was found in the hills of Blue Basin around 3 pm yesterday.

Two held for robbing Bahamian visitors
TWO men, aged 32 and 26, were detained on Wednesday afternoon in connection with the robbery of 13 Bahamian visitors and a maxi taxi driver last Saturday.

Cops shoot KFC crook in the groin
POLICE shot a 28-year-old man on Carnival Tuesday night after he and an accomplice were caught robbing the occupants of a car along Nelson Street, Port of Spain.

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