One man is dead following a confrontation with police yesterday evening. While up to press time last night details were still coming in, the Express was reliably informed that the incident took place at about 5 p.m. at Maturita Extension, Arima.

Police sources said that officers of the Northern Division Task Force received intelligence which led them to the address. The officers were searching for a man who they believed shot at a car on Friday morning in Arima, which left two women injured. When officers arrived at the location they were greeted by gunfire.

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National Security Minister Stuart Young yesterday wrote Police Commissioner Gary Griffith “with regard to damning allegations made by Mr Christopher Wylie in his book Mindf*ck, as it relates to the spying activities of Cambridge Analytica on the people of Trinidad and Tobago”.

THE probe into the UNC’s involvement with Cambridge Analytica took a major step forward with the Minister of National Security’s formal request to the Commissioner of Police to commence a criminal investigation.

Pupils who wrote the 2019 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) will have to wait a little longer to find out if they won national scholarships, as Cabinet has not yet approved a list of 2019 scholarship winners.

ALL lies. The UNC’s top brass have uniformly denied any knowledge of hiring, utilising or holding meetings in connection with Cambridge Analytica-type strategies designed to influence voter behaviour.