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Hope for Muslim leaders
Posted: Thursday, March 8, 2018

Umar Abdullah denied entry to PM's meeting
Islamic Front head Umar Abdullah is today wondering why he was denied entry to yesterday's closed door meeting between Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Muslims leaders.

Hope for Muslim leaders
Over 100 Muslim leaders felt a "measure of hope" after last evening's four-hour meeting with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on issues directly affecting them, including the labelling them as terrorists.

He should step down
Justice Gobin slams CJ's sabbatical

Law Association appeals injunction
...the association is claiming High Court Judge Nadia Kangaloo made several errors in her 19-page judgment delivered in Archie's favour on Tuesday.

Thomas-Felix: I'm not CJ's sponsor
Industrial Court President Deborah Thomas-Felix is denying she is a sponsor or collaborator in the research which Chief Justice Ivor Archie will be pursuing in the United States.

2-day shutdown solves nothing

Tobago hotels, resorts at 0 per cent
THE hospitality business in Tobago is becoming very difficult, as hoteliers are reporting zero per cent occupancy rates, according to some guest house and hotel owners during a stakeholders' meeting

Khan: UNC neglected Ghana
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan said the previous United National Congress (UNC) administration neglected negotiations with Ghana and this resulted in investments going to China

Cops: Gangs recruiting teens to hide weapons, drugs

4 nations assist with terrorist threat
GOVERNMENT is working closely with the United States, Canada, Britain and the Netherlands government in the wake of recent information that there are over 200 ISIS fighters operating locally.

US Admiral: People can be radicalised easily
Tidd mentioned that the T&T Government had spoken of 100 individuals that left to join Isis. He added that that by itself was an indicator that individuals have been radicalised.

Lady Young Road safe now, says Minister

Carpenter crushed by wall
AN Erin carpenter was killed on Tuesday when high winds knocked over a wall and it crushed him on a jobsite.

Cops defuse fiery protest

30 shots for Enterprise fruit vendor
A 44-YEAR-OLD Chaguanas fruit vendor was shot and killed while selling oranges at Kenny Cyrus Street in Enterprise on Tuesday.

Morvant man freed of murder
A 32-year-old man of Morvant was yesterday freed of murdering a man after attending WASA fete in 2009.

Dillon: Decrease in crimes at UWI
...thanks to interventions by the police, reported National Security Minister Edmund Dillon.

Venezuelans chopped in home invasion
Central Division police believe the intruders attacked them because they thought the two men had large quantities of cash in an office next to their apartment.

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