Port-of-Spain


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the capital and largest city of Trinidad and Tobago on the west coast of the island of Trinidad

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March 21, 2007 Port-of-Spain, Sri Lanka won by 198 runs.
Despite the heat generated by a raging controversy over the naming of a luxury suite after him, Sachin Tendulkar will be in Port-of-Spain today for the opening of the Brian Lara Stadium - an event that will also be marked by a match in which the two cricket legends will lead their respective XIs.
Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said three inmates brandishing guns escaped Friday from a prison in Port-of-Spain. He said Constable Sherman Maynard was killed during a shootout, according to AP.
According to the Associated Press, American Airlines said that the pilot detected a hydraulic problem and turned Flight 181 around to land back at Port-of-Spain without any reported injuries to the 188 passengers or seven crew members on board.
Penny Commissiong-Chow, the communications manager of the local organising committee, said: "The Pakistan players and officials were preparing to go sightseeing while the South Africans were taken from the venue to a Port-of-Spain restaurant where they had breakfast."
The case is being heard at Trinidad's Port-of-Spain Second Criminal Court.
Panama City and Port-of-Spain are fighting to outdo each other to offer the best economic perks and incentives.
If the working-poor neighborhood of Port-of-Spain described in the book's title is "one-dimensional," it is the best one-dimensionality achieved in literature anywhere in the contemporary Caribbean, with the possible exception of poetic giant Aime Cesaire's Martinique.
PORT-of-SPAIN, Trinidad -- San Diego, Calif.-based PriceSmart Inc.
The three victims had been at a house near Port-of-Spain where Mr Cropper lived.
A founding member of the Whitehall Players in Port-of-Spain, John pursued his acting career from 1950 in London.
Summary: Port-of-Spain [Trinidad and Tobago], Aug 12 (ANI): Swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle became the highest run-scorer for West Indies in his record 300th ODI at Queen's Park Oval here on Sunday.
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the United States signed a trade and investment framework agreement (TIFA) in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, reports Caribbean News Now (May 29, 2013).
Port-of-Spain, Rabi'I 29, 1434, Feb 10, 2013, SPA -- A magnitude-5 earthquake has rattled Trinidad and Tobago, but no damage or injuries have been reported.