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Over last week…Gunmen kill 15 in Montego Bay

(Jamaica Gleaner) For some residents of Montego Bay St James it is the smell of blood which will be their lasting memory of last week, for others it will be the sound of gunfire and the acrid smell of gun smoke, still others will never forget the haunting cries of persons who had their friends and relatives killed by marauding gunmen.

T&T President slams newspapers for becoming ‘garbage dumps’

Anthony Carmona

(Trinidad Guardian) President Anthony Carmona took traditional and social media to task on Saturday as he slammed newspapers for becoming “garbage dumps” and lamented the rise of “armchair journalism.” Carmona has now called on all law-abiding citizens to take a stand as he declared that “enough is enough.” Over the past week Carmona has been called upon to answer questions about the purchase of Italian wine bottled with the embossed label “Presidential House Sparkling Wine, Office of the President of Trinidad and Tobago” and bearing the country’s coat of arms as well as his decision to have a meeting with National Security Minister Edmund Dillon without reference to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

T&T President slams newspapers for becoming ‘garbage dumps’

(Trinidad Guardian) President Anthony Carmona took traditional and social media to task yesterday as he slammed newspapers for becoming “garbage dumps” and lamented the rise of “armchair journalism.” Carmona has now called on all law-abiding citizens to take a stand as he declared that “enough is enough.” Over the past week Carmona has been called upon to answer questions about the purchase of Italian wine bottled with the embossed label “Presidential House Sparkling Wine, Office of the President of Trinidad and Tobago” and bearing the country’s coat of arms as well as his decision to have a meeting with National Security Minister Edmund Dillon without reference to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

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