Monthly Archives: December 2017
A bus with 50 people on board has plunged from a bridge in northern India, killing at least 32, police say.
More than 100 people are reported to have been killed as a tropical storm swept through the southern Philippines, with dozens more missing.
Three people, 2 men and a woman are shot and killed in Cunupia.
$75,000 bail for soldier Kerros Martin charged with wounding with intent.
Trinidad and Tobago is among 35 countries which chose to abstain from voting on the United Nations resolution to condemn the United States decision to make Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
A post-mortem confirms prison escapee Unil Phillip drowned.
Amid calls from the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) for Prime Minister Freundel Stuart to ring the election bell, he has made it clear he intends to serve out every single day of his five-year term in office.
The man who deliberately drove a car into a crowd in Melbourne is a drug user with mental health issues but no known terrorism links, police say.
The Financial Intelligence Unit has reported $22.2 billion in suspicious transactions and suspicious activity between 2016 and 2017.
The Police Service Commission says the Police Service is in a poor state.