Students who sat the GOVT 3020, Power and Politics in Latin America examination on Monday May 11th 2015 at the University of the West Indies will have to redo the test. This, as the University said the examiner's vehicle was broken into and unmarked scripts were among the items stolen.

Housing Minister Dr. Roodal Moonilal may soon face the courts. This, after former Chairman of the Integrity Commission Ken Gordon, through his Attorney, reportedly sent a Pre-Action Protocol to the Minister regarding statements he made in a letter to the Commission about an alleged meeting between Mr. Gordon and Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley two years ago.

Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley has cast doubt on the fiscal management of the economy by the People’s Partnership Government.

Former FIFA Vice President and Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner has been listed as one of 14 persons to be indicted for racketeering, conspiracy and corruption by the US Department of Justice.

May 27, 2015: My attention has been drawn to certain developments in world football which started several hours ago and is at the present time still ongoing.

The Central Authority Unit of the Ministry of the Attorney General has been working in conjunction with the United States Department of Justice for approximately one year regarding the investigation of transnational offences involving former FIFA Vice President, Mr. Jack Austin Warner.

The Division of Tourism and Transportation and the Tobago House of Assembly is pleased to announce that there has been a 100 percent growth in international arrivals to Tobago for the just concluded winter season when compared to the 2104 winter period.

The Caribbean receives higher amounts of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) when compared to other developing economies, according to a newly published report from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

Deputy Commissioner of Police Crime and Support (Ag.), Glen Hackett, was today contacted by Netram Kowlessar, Head of the Central Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, regarding a request by the United States authorities for the procurement of a provisional warrant of arrest for Mr. Austin Jack Warner on eight (8) fraud related charges.

This morning seven top executives of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland as a result of an international investigation conducted by the United States of America. These seven were among fourteen high-ranking officials of FIFA as well as leading officials of other related soccer governing bodies indicted on charges in the US. The allegations arising out of the investigation include bribery, corruption, wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering. Amongst these fourteen persons is Mr. Austin Jack Warner, who was indicted on eight counts including:

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