Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson
Former Trinidad and Tobago leader held by Islamic rebels
Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, 87, a former Trinidad and Tobago prime minister who was held hostage for days and shot during a bloody 1990 coup attempt, died Wednesday at a private medical center in Trinidad's capital of Port-of-Spain after a prolonged illness.
National Security Minister Gary Griffith said Robinson had been hospitalized for several medical conditions related to diabetes.
Robinson led the twin-island Caribbean country as prime minister from 1986 to 1991 and served in the largely ceremonial role of president from 1997 to...