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Peru (AP) Police in Peru say they've arrested a 59-year-old man wanted in Ohio for an alleged Ponzi scheme in which $65 million was raised from at least 800 investors in the United States and Latin America more than a decade ago...Oscar Llatas says
often accurate, sometimes not -- she suffered a shattered kneecap, a serious head thump and a broken leg...But most of the talk among neighbors was not about what we could do for her -- preparing meals, running errands.
Police said they investigated Ten Oaks Spa after receiving information about possible suspicious activity and found employees were not licensed. Both cases are part of an ongoing effort to address community concerns about prostitution and human
Six judges and judicial officers have been charged and taken into custody in an investigation into corruption launched by Mali's new leader Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, the government said today. "In the context of the fight against corruption and
Former High Court judge Nazhat Shameem made this remark while addressing delegates at the conference on the topic 'Holding Public Officers Accountable' at the 15th Attorney General's Conference in Natadola last Friday. "In my opinion, one problem
Posted by Alex Pearlman December 9, 2013 01:20 PM E-mail this article To: Invalid E-mail address Add a personal message: (80 character limit) Your E-mail: Invalid E-mail address Sending your article (Photo by LawPrieR/Flickr) Protecting the parks
Turning 90 years young this week, entertainer and animal rights activist, Bob Barker has some food for thought for everyone: go vegetarian for a healthy brain. Barker says that he went vegetarian over 30 years ago and almost immediately felt
Illinois (AP) A judge overturned the conviction of a man who for decades insisted that police tortured him until he confessed to a rape he did not commit, freeing him Wednesday after 30 years behind bars. Judge Richard Walsh overturned his conviction
A Parliamentary committee has opposed the planned retrenchment of more than 100,000 civil servants. The Public Accounts Commitee (PAC) has said laying off government workers would not help reduce recurrent expenditure. Instead, the government should
Posted by Steve Cavendish on Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 10:30 AM States have sought to keep their new suppliers secret, reasoning that the companies might be harassed or otherwise influenced to shut off supplies if the public became aware of them.