Trinidad and Tobago crime woes continue unabated

While Trinidad and Tobago may be outside the usual hurricane belt, unlike many of its Caribbean neighbours that frequently get hit by tropical cyclones, the twin island republic does have its own storm of violent crime to contend with on a daily basis.

Spilling over from 478 murders in 2016, according to Caribbean News Now data, the murders continue unabated in 2017, with 54 in January, the bloodiest month in the country’s recent history of crime and murders.

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