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Jamaica win CUT games, breaking 13 records - Trinidad News

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Jamaica win CUT games, breaking 13 recordsTrinidad NewsPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, July 29, CMC-Jamaica racked–up 587 points to top the table for the 5th time in six years at the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT) games staged here over the weekend. The Jamaicans also accounted for 13 of the 27 … and more Source: Google News     

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Japan’s First Lady visits housewife

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Reshma Ragooonath Akie Abe, wife of Japan’s Prime Minister, sits with Minister of Works and Infrastructure Dr Surujrattan Rambachan left, and Indar Bhagwadeen, principal of the Spring Vale Hindu School, Claxton Bay, for a photo with the pupils. PHOTO: TONY HOWELL. Welcoming Akie Abe, wife of the Japanese Prime Minister, into her home was a moment ...

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Genocide in African slavery

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 YVONNE BABOOLAL Professor Sir Hilary Beckles The government of Great Britain and other European states that became rich from the enslavement of African people, the genocide of indigenous communities and the deceptive breach of contract and tr Source: Trinidad Guardian     

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Repairs completed at Petrotrin oil spill site

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Petrotrin employees repair the ruptured well, Wilson #78, which caused a gas leak at Digity Trace, Penal. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATHPetrotrin employees repair the ruptured well, Wilson #78, which caused a gas leak at Digity Trace, Penal. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH Clean-up and repairs to Petrorin’s Well Wilson 78 (WN-78) have been completed and normal operations have resumed ...

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G20 special representative visits T&T

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Bobbie-Lee Dixon Daniel Sloper The 2014 Global Twenty agenda (G20), will focus on promoting stronger economic growth as well as increasing the ability of the global economy to withstand future shocks. Source: Trinidad Guardian     

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Japan's firms to focus on ICT, agro processing - Trinidad News

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Trinidad News… with a focus on Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Clean Technologies and Agro-processing are being encouraged by Prime Minister Kamla Persad- Bissessar to set up shop at the recently launched Tamana Intech Park in east Trinidad.Japan, Trinidad and Tobago to deepen tiesThe Japan NewsJapan, Trinidad and Tobago eye stronger tiesThe Japan TimesJapanese PM leaves Mexico, heads for Trinidad ...

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