Anna Ramdass

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If a policeman kills an African youth in Trinidad and Tobago, the narrative would be different because certain communities have been “isolated” in this country.

That’s the view of for­mer chairman of the Emancipation Support Com­mittee Khafra Kambon, who was asked by the Express on Mon­day to comment on the widespread pro­­tests taking place in the United States over the killing of African American George Floyd by a white policeman.

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Jamaat-al-Muslimeen leader Imam Yasin Abu Bakr says the Jamaat is responsible for the decrease in gang warfare, especially in the Enterprise, Chaguanas area.

He said further that the People’s National Movement (PNM) cannot win the general election without the vote of the young Afro-Trinidadians and this was why his son Fuad Abu Bakr wanted to join the PNM fold to become a voice for the youth in the Parliament.

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An appeal has been made to the Government to engage in diplomatic discussions so Trinidad and Tobago nationals stranded abroad can return home aboard planes being sent here to repatriate foreign nationals.

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After not being screened by the People’s National Movement (PNM), Fuad Abu Bakr now believes the ruling party runs the risk of losing the gene…

Three decades ago, in 1986, Peters’ politically catchy “Sinking Ship” was a major campaign song for the National Alliance for Reconstruction (NAR) which ran against the People’s National Movement (PNM), the party, then in power for 30 years.

NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young said last night he has always recused himself whenever the issue of NCB Global Finance has been raised in any Cabinet note.

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THE United National Congress (UNC) is ready for the general election this year and will have the best line-up of candidates, says Opposition S…

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