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TWO Trinidadians were among 41 foreign nationals arrested in New York last week during US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids which were held in several areas of that American State.

A TT Regiment officer was wounded during an attempted robbery in Maloney on Sunday night. According to reports, Lance Corporal Ian Carter was liming with friends near Building 10 in Maloney.

CABRAL Douglas, son of former Prime Minister of Dominica Rosie Douglas, has been blocked by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) from suing Dominica over the cancellation of a concert and the eventual deportation of Jamaican reggae artiste Tommy Lee Sparta and his entourage, in February 2014. Douglas, who is a lawyer, was contracted with Jamaican a(...)

JAMAL LEW - IS, one of the men charged with assisting accused killer Matthew King to evade arrest for the murder of Jamilia de Revenaux, has been granted bail in the sum of $200,000 to be approved by a Clerk of the Peace (III). He appeared before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar in the Port-of-Spain Eighth Court, where he will return on March 1(...)

AN EL Socorro man has been committed to stand trial for the 2012 murder of 44-year-old mother of four Glenda Lara, who was stabbed in the back after a small house lime in the district.

POLICE have laid two charges indictably against a 22-year-old man for possession of a .38 Smith and Wesson gun, seven rounds of ammunition and 1.5 grammes of marijuana.

A MAGISTRATE yesterday slapped a total of $11,100 in fines and compensation on a man who pleaded guilty to a host of offences ranging from possession of a gun and ammunition to stealing a pair of police handcuffs.

THREE appellate court judges have asked for written submissions in a procedural appeal of the Cepep Company which is challenging a judge’s decision to throw out their counter defamation claim against former minister Dr Roodal Moonilal.



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