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ATTORNEY General Garvin Nicholas is being asked to recuse himself from issuing the authority for the Chief Magistrate to proceed with extradition proceedings for former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner.

In the corner of a makeshift, woodworking shed in the Frederick Street Prison (Royal Gaol), Collin Peters fashions miniature mansions out of scraps of wood he gets from prison woodworking projects.

The spirits of African slaves were awakened during yesterday’s Emancipation Day procession in Port-of- Spain.

Chairman of the Emancipation Support Committee (ESC) Khafra Kambon yesterday called for a national boycott of products originating from the Dominican Republic over its decision to deport anyone of Haitian descent from that country (DR).

YOUNG people in this country are being kept in prisons not fit for animals and are becoming “animals”, says Tracy Wilson, chairman of the Emancipation Support Committee (ESC) education and research committee.

THE carnage on the nation’s road continued yesterday as a Form Five student and 20-year-old Marabella man were killed in a vehicular accident in Tableland on Friday evening.

Guyana’s President, Brigadier David Granger, the latest of 18 Caricom Heads of Government to graduate from the University of the West Indies, has said the university has “three major tasks” in developing Caribbean societies socially and politically.

Well, I make the papers — front page to boot — and nobody know is me (except me and two others who shall remain unnamed, as they say) but everybody talking about me. Just so, people saying I move like a boss.

Residents of Church Street, Carapo are calling on the relevant authorities to immediately address the matter of a box drain project which has them living in fear of persons who they say claim to have the contract for the project.

DR Julius Garvey, son of iconic Jamaican black nationalist Marcus Garvey, has expressed support for the Caribbean seeking reparations from former European colonisers for slavery.



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