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Friday, August 18 2017 @ 02:50 AM AST

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Internet speeds, mobile broadband still predominantly slow in Trinidad & Tobago

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SEA results 2017 release date: July 4

Parents of over 18,000 primary school students will also be celebrating on July 4, not the US Independence or Venezuela's the day after, but the release of the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) results 2017.

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Venezuela concerned about nearby U.S. military exercises

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela said through state media it is keeping an eye on U.S. military exercises being conducted in an area it said is "off the coast of Venezuela."
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Real Madrid to start football school in Costa Rica

Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) President Luis Alberto Moreno and Real Madrid Football Club President Florentino Pérez today signed an agreement in Madrid to jointly promote Latin American and Caribbean initiatives that help at-risk children (boys and girls) through football.

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Homes lost to coastal erosion in Trinidad

An unknown number of residents of a small village called Guayaguayare, situated near Mayaro along the south east coast of the Caribbean island of Trinidad, have lost their homes to coastal erosion, a government minister confirmed in Trinidad & Tobago's Senate yesterday.