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PERSAD-BISSESSAR RE ELECTED LEADER OF OPPOSITION PARTY
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar predictably won the leadership of the United National Congress (UNC) here on Sunday after Vasant Bharat, considered her main challenger had earlier this month announced that he was no longer contesting the leadership if the party.Read More
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The NAACP is calling for the United Nations to fully investigate ongoing media reports of the barbarous and inhumane enslavement of African migrants in Libya.
The head of the United Nations agency defending press freedom on Tuesday denounced the killing of a Nigerian photographer, calling for an investigation into the incident.
The Security Council on Thursday marked the one year anniversary of the signing and entry-into-force of the peace agreement between the Government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC-EP).
Almost six tons of cocaine has been found hidden among bananas on board a ship in the port of Algeciras, in southern Spain. The seizure by police and customs officers is one of the largest of the drug to be made in Europe in the last two decades. The stash is estimated to be worth $249m (£185m).
Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie, says the island’s local authorities must take the lead in preventing squatter settlements and illegal buildings from mushrooming in their respective municipalities. Speaking at a press conference at the St. James Municipal Corporation on November 29, Mr. McKenzie said there are far too many people building houses in areas that are unsuitable for human habitation.