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PROTEST OVER 'CHRISTMAS'
Posted: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

PROTEST OVER 'CHRISTMAS'
EAST Port of Spain erupted with violence early yesterday morning with police firing shots after being confronted by residents

Army, police quell 'Christmas' protest in the City

Protest heating up again...cops, soldiers prepare for trouble

James was unarmed
East Port-of-Spain residents dispute cops' story of killing

Probe into shooting that sparked protest
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into Monday's shooting death of Akeil James, also known as "Christmas".

Sick people suffer: POS protest closes 3 health centres

Al-Rawi: East PoS riots prove need for anti-gang legislation

Nafeesa terminated as PMs adviser

Nafeesa fired as PM's legal advisor
Nafeesa Mohammed, who had assumed duties in December 2017 as a senior legal adviser to the Prime Minister, had her contract of employment terminated yesterday.

Ken Julien loses in Privy Council
... which paved the way for the special purpose company to pursue a claim against them for a 2005 investment.

Randall takes front: Legal letter to radio station
HOUSING and Urban Development minister Randall Mitchell has warned More FM 104.7 to be careful about making defamatory statements against him on its Ground Report radio programme.

Women must end their silence
ABUSED Penal mother of one Gail Harripersad, 44, is calling on victims of domestic violence to speak out before it is too late.

Family still believes missing fisherman is alive

$150,000 bail for son's manslaughter
A visibly confused Phillips was granted $150,000 bail with a surety and is expected to return to court on March 15.

Prisoners reap ganja, phones, cigarettes and cash
...buried in a garden inside the Maximum Security Prison over the past seven days.

Gunned down at Bayshore, Marabella



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