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Posted: Saturday, February 17, 2018

CELLS of the terrorist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) exist in TT, posing a threat to national security, and hence the need to monitor people of interest

Imbert: US$1,816 billion to buffer exchange rate

Tariq: Foreigners behind my detention
"I do not believe this is something of a local nature, it has to do with foreign superpowers pressing a button. They had an interest and a concern, so their foot soldiers acted."

FBI tip on terror threat

Charles: Govt ignored us on terrorists

Bakrs unconvinced
...unconvinced of the seriousness of the threat as reported by government, as there is no evidence to support such claims.

AG disappointed in ‘dead end' anti-gang meeting

Two held in Carnival 'plot' probe charged with gun possession

$M levy on CEPEP: Headquarters cleaned out
COURT marshals moved in at CEPEP's Headquarters in Ste Madeleine today and seized items in order for a contractor to be able to recover more than $1.9 million owed.

AG warns: $10 million fine, ten years jail for insurance fraud

Chaguanas Carnival a success, says mayor

Primary school application forms available

Mud volcano goes quiet
Princes Town Regional Corporation chairman Gowrie Roopnarine has advised the general public to stay away from the area for at least two weeks, as the mud was still in a semi-liquid state

Sargassum washes ashore at Mayaro
Sargassum seaweed has once again invaded several beaches along Trinidad's East coast

Discarded fireworks cause panic in Beetham landfill

Dad charged with manslaughter of son, 7
A La Horquetta father of two will appear before an Arima magistrate on Monday charged with the manslaughter of his seven-year-old son.

Two foreigners fined for illegal entry
TWO men arrested in Moruga on Sunday with a shipment of dasheen from Venezuela, appeared yesterday before a San Fernando magistrate charged separately with entering this country illegally.

Drone used in arrest of 3
DRONE technology deployed by the police's Air Support Unit, played a pivotal role in helping Northern Eastern Division Task Force officers in the pursuit and subsequent arrest of three suspects

Man in court for prohibited weapon
A MAN appeared before a San Fernando magistrate on Thursday charged with having in his possession a weapon modified to a gun

Toco teen nursing gunshot wounds
A 16-year-old teenager of Sans Souci, Toco, who absconded from the St Michael's Home for Boys, Diego Martin, last year

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