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U.S. Asked to Help Law Enforcement

The United States is considering a request from Trinidad for help in curbing a spike in violent crime, the U.S. ambassador to the Caribbean nation said Thursday. Trinidad’s government last month asked Britain and the United States to bolster its 7,200-member police force as it battles a rise in homicides and kidnappings blamed on a booming illegal drug trade and an influx of criminal deportees. The appeal included a request for police equipment and logistical help. Full Story

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