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Puerto Rican Cop Guilty Of Helping Drug Dealers

Puerto Rican Cop Guilty Of Helping Drug Dealers
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, News, Puerto Rico, Top Stories
News Americas, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Sept. 1, 2011: A former Puerto Rican police officer has been found guilty of helping dealers. David Gonzalez Perez was found guilty of 28 counts of conspiracy and drug-related charges on Wednesday, including helping to provide security to drug dealers. Prosecutors...

U.S. Man Detained Further In Aruba

U.S. Man Detained Further In Aruba
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Aruba, Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, News, Top Stories
News Americas, ORANJESTAD, Aruba, Thurs. Sept. 1, 2011: A U.S. national suspected of involvement in the possible drowning of his companion Robyn Gardner in Aruba has been detained further by a judge on the island. A judge in Aruba agreed to extend the detention of Gary V. Giordano by another 60 days...

Rihanna Slaps Lawsuit On Realty, Others

Rihanna Slaps Lawsuit On Realty, Others
News Americas, LOS ANGELES, CA, Thurs. Sept. 1, 2011: Barbadian-born, Grammy-winning “Umbrella” singer, Rihanna, has slapped a lawsuit on Prudential California Realty, the designer and the former owner of her US$7 million mansion. Rihanna, born Robyn Fenty, purchased the home in Beverly Hills in...

Andy Murray Wins Over Somdev Devverman

Andy Murray Wins Over Somdev Devverman
Published on Aug 31 2011 // In Photos, Sidebar Photoblog
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Autoimmune Disease Forces Venus Out Of U.S. Open

Autoimmune Disease Forces Venus Out Of U.S. Open
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Breaking News, Features, News, Sports, Top Stories, United States
News Americas, FLUSHING, NY, Thurs. Sept. 1, 2011: A disease that affects energy level and causes fatigue and joint pain has forced former U.S. Open champion Venus Williams out of this year’s tourney. Venus Williams announced the stunning withdrawal Wednesday, August 31st, after revealing she is suffering...

Jamaica’s Dudus Changes Plea Ahead Of Trial

Jamaica’s Dudus Changes Plea Ahead Of Trial
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, Jamaica, News, Top Stories
Christopher Dudus CokeNews Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 1, 2011: Fifteen days ahead of his scheduled trial by jury, accused Jamaican drug lord, Christopher “Dudus” Coke changed his plea from not guilty to guilty at a hearing yesterday. Coke, the alleged lead of the Presidential Click and...

Caribbean Airlines Guyana Flight Still Grounded At JFK

Caribbean Airlines Guyana Flight Still Grounded At JFK
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Aug. 31, 2011: Caribbean Airlines’ service out of J.F.K. continued to stir the ire of several Guyanese fliers this week. A group of 248 passengers have been waiting for a Caribbean Airlines flight to Guyana since the airport was shut down Saturday in anticipation...

Puerto Rican Singer To Speak Up For Education

Puerto Rican Singer To Speak Up For Education
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Aug. 31, 2011: Puerto Rican-born reggaeton singer and actor is adding educational spokesperson to his resume. Singer Don Omar, born William Omar Landrón Rivera, will be the spokesman of an educational campaign directed at young people in New York City, he told EFE. The...

Mexico Suspected Arsonists Say They Did Not Plan To Kill

Mexico Suspected Arsonists Say They Did Not Plan To Kill
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Breaking News, Central America, Features, Mexico, News, Top Stories
News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Weds. Aug. 30, 2011: Five men suspected of an arson attack on a Mexican casino that left 52 people dead claim they did not intend to kill anyone. The suspects, who have confessed to the attack of August 25th, told investigators they only wanted to scare the establishment’s...

Nadal Wins Opener At U.S. Open

Nadal Wins Opener At U.S. Open
Published on Aug 31 2011 // Features, Sports, Top Stories, United States
News Americas, FLUSHING, NY, Weds. Aug. 31, 2011: Reigning U.S. Open Men’s champ, Rafael Nadal won his first match Tuesday at the 2011 U.S. Open after a two plus hour challenge from the 98th-ranked player in the world. Nadal, 25, won over Andrey Golubev 6-3, 7-6 (1), 7-5, in 2 hours 49 minutes by...