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'I saw them do it'
Posted: Saturday, October 27, 2018

Victim's mother: 'I saw them do it'
5 shot dead by police

Eyewitnesses dispute account of police killings

Witnesses hid in bush during police shooting
Relatives of two teenagers, who were among the five friends killed by police in a shooting in Laventille on Thursday night, are maintaining that they were executed by police.

'They surrendered, they put their hands up'

PM stands by statement on misguided youths
Hours after the shooting, Rowley issued an official statement condemning the "misguided activity" of the young men.

CoP launches new high-tech 60-car unit

Flood monies for Consolidated Fund
THE $4 million donated by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) for flood relief will be deposited into the Consolidated Fund.

Greenvale residents get cheques
ABOUT 200 residents of Greenvale in La Horquetta yesterday began receiving cheques representing flood-relief grants from the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services.

BATT relief funds go to Living Waters

Burglars steal flood relief items from church
Workers at the church's kitchen left the items secured on Thursday night, but when they arrived at around 8 am on Friday, they discovered the kitchen had been bro­ken into and the items were missing.

Corporation sends SOS call to ministry
Chairman of the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation Henry Awong sent an SOS to the Ministry of Works yesterday after the roadway just before the Camden Bridge fell away.

Fay Ann, Bunji ready to help flood victims

"There was a group of guys from Point Fortin driving around trying to assist those in need... It was amazing because the back of their van was filled with a generator and a bunch of different cleaning supplies and power washers..."

Mayor and councillors 'Dingolay' in Sando
THE infectious strains of Shadow's Dingolay, performed by TUCO's PRO Ras Kommanda, filled the council chamber of the San Fernando City Corporation during Thursday afternoon's statutory meeting.

Traffic hell in PoS
IT was another Friday of traffic hell for drivers in Port of Spain today, because of the closure of streets around the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court.

PCA director wants more resources for forensics sciences centre

Facebook friend request for judge in rape case
The decision by the daughter of a rape convict to send a Facebook friend request to the presiding judge who is due to sentence him, was raised before the court on Friday.

Bar owner, brother, 70, beaten, robbed in Siparia
SEVENTY-YEAR-OLD pensioner Deolal Harry was sitting on a bench and reading a newspaper at the entrance of his brother's bar in Siparia yesterday when four men, two with guns, ambushed him

Crocus bags of drugs found in women's prison
Prison officers found and seized a quantity of marijuana at the women's prison yesterday.

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