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Police crank up whispering war against Jamaat in deadly Game of Thrones: It is getting hot in middle Earth. Today, a purported internal Police
Filbert Street spies new Opposition crime plan: Scene: Wired Towers, the offices of Wired868. 37th floor, corner suite. Office of
Tips play over: ‘Monster’ begs for return to jail where it is safe: Escaped prisoner Christopher “Monster” Selby spent roughly 54 hours as a free

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One on one with Tamar Watson: Rise from the Ashes to Angels: “I think that players need to seek their own interests, go to
Angels stay top of WPL with Rush win; King’s Dragons elude Wave FC: The Chancellor Angels moved to within 90 minutes of the inaugural 2015
WPL stutters to finish line; but organisers beg for a second chance: The inaugural Women’s Professional League (WPL), the brainchild of Sport Minister Brent

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Tim Kee refuses Sancho meeting; accused of using footballers as political pawns Sport Minister Brent Sancho has accused Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president Raymond Tim Kee and, by extension, the opposition PNM party of using national football players as
Warriors pitted against USA and vengeful Guatemalans in 2018 W/Cup draw The “Soca Warriors” must punish Guatemala once again if they are get to CONCACAF’s final Russia 2018 World Cup qualifying round. The World Cup draw today pitted Trinidad and
T&T U-23s scrap strike and scare Mexico before falling to 4-2 loss The Trinidad and Tobago National Under-23 Team did promise a strike. In the end, they produced two, although not quite in the way anyone expected. The young “Soca Warriors”
TTOC slams Phillips’ ‘discourtesy’ over Pan Am U-23 football spat Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) president Brian Lewis has accused Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Sheldon Phillips of discourtesy and disrespect over the football body’s

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Jamaat-al-Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr says that the country
In part two of this two-part series, Fuad Abu
Fuad Abu Bakr, political leader of the New National
Former Jamaat-al-Muslimeen lieutenant Lancelot Small offers a wandering, indirect