This week, UNAIDS issued a stark warning that if leaders fail to tackle inequalities the world could face 7.7 million AIDS-related deaths over the next 10 years.
Today, 25th November, as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls is observed, countries around the world are being called upon to “take immediate action to build a brighter future that is free from violence”.
Fans of Manchester City in Trinidad and Tobago who created their own virtual fan club, have been welcomed with open arms by the football franchise, and obtained “Official Supporters Club (OSC)” designation.
Ten persons who lost their lives during the First World War (WWI) and the Second World War (WWII), who either were born in Trinidad and Tobago or had family connections here, were remembered and honoured recently as the T&T Embassy to the Kingdom of Belgium joined with that country to commemorate the 103rd Anniversary of the signing of the armistice on 11 November 1918, which ended the First World War—on the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” in 1918.
After two years of preparation and 13 days of tough talks, did negotiators at the U.N. climate meeting in Glasgow save the planet? In short: no.
Aaiden Eugene, a young gas station attendant who captured the country’s heart with his inspirational story of how he was putting himself through tertiary education by working part time, has received some additional support towards his degree goal from his employer, National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NP).