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T&T blanked as Trump invites Caribbean leaders to meeting
Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2019

T&T blanked as Trump invites Caribbean leaders to meeting
U.S. President Donald Trump has invited the leaders of the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Saint Lucia to his Florida resort on Friday to discuss Chinese "predatory economic practices" and the crisis in Venezuela. No invitation was extended to Trinidad and Tobago.

Caricom source thinks Trump out to split OAS vote

'US president eroding Caribbean unity'

Rodney Charles: Not surprising TT left out Trump meeting

...It doesn't look good for us, says Moonilal

Disfigured dad charged with bedroom murder of wife
DOMINIC Guevarra who survived a shotgun attack which killed his wife a year ago, has been charged with her murder.

7 cops arrested over extra duty racket
Five female Special Reserve Police Officers and a senior superintendent of police are among seven police officers arrested by officers of the Professional Standards Bureau for mischief in public office.

AG left family firm before property rental talks

AG rubbishes building rental impropriety claims

Trini fisherman escapes Venezuelan pirates
US$15,000 ransom for friend

Deyalsingh: 29 at-risk people given meningitis medication

Woman killed by ‘speeding' driver

Special economic zones law for September
GOVERNMENT has given an international commitment for the establishment of a legislative framework for special economic zones by September this year, reported Trade Ministry Acting Permanent Secretary Frances Seignoret.

TT, 14th unhealthiest country in the world

Man thrown down Siparia well can't talk
SINCE being beaten and thrown about 16 feet down a well on Monday by a neighbour, Siparia labourer Romeo Mitchell has been unable to tell police or relatives what led to the incident.

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