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Anti-Terror Upgrades Scheduled for Ports

The government on Thursday announced plans to spend millions of dollars upgrading port security to comply with international maritime regulations intended to guard against terrorist attacks. Some 15 state-owned and private ports in Trinidad and Tobago, along with some 55,000 ships and 20,000 port facilities worldwide, have until July 1 to comply with new regulations set forth by the International Maritime Organization, the U.N. agency that monitors shipping safety. Full Story

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