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UNC/NTA condemn social media post
Posted: Sunday, August 6, 2023

UNC/NTA condemn social media post inciting violence against PM
The United National Congress (UNC) has called for a police investigation into a social media post showing a gun target at the heart of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

The 12-second video is captioned, "Load the 'matic and empty the clip on them on August 14". Local Government Elections will be held on August 14.

Social media post showing target on PM condemned by UNC & NTA

Attorney calls on Kamla to address racial undertones in stand-your-ground proposal
ATTORNEY Martin George has advised Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar to address concerns surrounding her proposed stand-your-ground legalisation and assure it is not tainted by racial bias.

He further called on her to clarify that this piece of law won't negatively affect people based on their ethnicity.

Griffith condemns video with target on PM Rowley's chest

Nurses take to the streets to demand better working conditions
"Save staffing lives" and " Unsafe ambulances" were among the placards carried by scores of disgruntled nurses on Friday as they took to the streets of Port-of-Spain demanding better working conditions.

Nurses call for increased patient-to-staff ratio, salary increases

Rowley making our lives harder
Trade unionist Christopher Jackman has criticised Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on a political platform, saying life is harder for the working class under the People's National Movement (PNM).

Tobago Heritage Festival on full display

Refugee couple stranded in T&T start new life in Brazil
Out of fear of being picked up by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) and eventually deported, Carlos Jimenez Vasco, 28, and his Russian wife, Daria Jimenez Vasco, 24, left Trinidad on a flight to Guyana on July 17, with tickets that were purchased by "coyotes" (people who smuggle immigrants across borders).

Businesswoman, 43, gunned down outside home

Businesswoman ambushed, killed

Boy, 8, stable after begin shot in chest
According to police reports, the incident occurred while Kalum St Bernard was with his mother, Numi St Bernard, who heard multiple gunshots where they live in Valencia.

Street dweller found dead of stab wounds at Paradise Cemetery
"People robbed him before, but he defended himself. It was not easy for people to take advantage of him. The man (killer) might have targeted him for his money because he was playing cards."

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