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Trini boy, 16, caught fighting with ISIS
Posted: Sunday, January 13, 2019

Trini boy, 16, caught fighting with ISIS
...taken to Syria by mom at 12

NY Times: Teen from TT captured in Syria
On Friday, the New York Times reported that 16-year-old Su-lay Su from TT was one of the eight terrorists captured during the operations carried out by Syrian Democratic Forces' Special Operations Team on January 6 and 7.

'If I get funds, I will spend wisely'
Griffith cautious on limited allocations for police
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith and a special operations officer at a crime scene in Port of Spain last December.

New hope for Cold Case Unit

T&T walks the tightrope
In the crosshairs of a Cold War...

Local Venezuelans wary of T&T's support of Maduro

Rebuild TT frowns on Tewarie's LGBTQI support
President of RebuildTT, Gregory Lal Beharry, however, condemned Tewarie's support. La Beharry said his organisation is dedicated to promoting family-first development in TT.

Stand-off delays Curepe interchange
Disparity in valuations for residents properties

High risk for swine flu
Pregnant women, health workers need vaccination

Bodoe: Vaccines outweigh risks

Get the right HPV vaccine
The Gardasil vaccine, one of the two vaccines, used in the prevention of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), which is the primary cause of cervical cancer, is only utilised by five to six per cent of T&T's female population at public health centres and hospitals.

Unsponsored 5-time medium band champs in crunch

Hinds: 15 years jail for trespass
Senior citizens cars firebombed, told to 'ride out'

Attorney General Al-Rawi: Important step to clarify law

State should should pay for restarts
Opposition Senator and attorney Gerald Ramdeen has said the State should pay the expenses of those people whose cases were left incomplete following the appointment of former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar to a high court judge.

AG to kick-start ganja consultations on January 23

Cumuto residents strike back
Plans for legal action action on Manzan highway project

Food prices set to climb in drought

The senseless killings of two beloved friends
POLICE are using video footage which captured the shooting deaths of co-workers Oswald Alleyne and Mark Stephen with the hope of identifying their killer.

Sleep blamed for double fatality
Around 4 am, Keron J. Antoine, 35, of 6th Avenue, Malick, Barataria was driving south along the Uriah Butler Highway when he collided with a concrete barrier at the Guayamare River Bridge.

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