Wednesday, June 5, 2013

U.S. Supports Dialogue on Sustainable Cities and Communities in the Americas by Latino News Review

U.S. Supports Dialogue on Sustainable Cities and Communities in the Americas 

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City mayors, development planners, and civil society representatives met on Monday in Antigua, Guatemala on the margins of the 43rd Organization of American States (OAS) General Assembly to discuss challenges linked to rapid urbanization in the Americas and exchange best practices for the sustainable development of cities and communities.

Over 200 Experts to Participate in Spanish Language Conference in Panama 

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More than 200 experts from different countries are expected to participate in the 6th International Spanish Language Congress, which will be held Oct. 20-23 in Panama City, organizers said.

Bodies of 3 Missing Activists Found in Mexico

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The bodies of three of the eight community activists reported missing last week in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero have been found, state officials said.

58 Haitian Migrants Detained in Puerto Rico

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The U.S. Coast Guard and Puerto Rican police detained 58 undocumented Haitians on Tuesday as they tried to enter U.S. territory illegally on the west coast of Puerto Rico.

Investigators Have No Leads on 11 Missing in Mexico City

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Investigators have no leads on the 11 young people who went missing late last month in Mexico City and cannot even confirm that the group was taken by force, Federal District Attorney Rodolfo Rios said.

Rubio: Immigration Reform Lacks Enough Votes to Pass the Senate 

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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said Tuesday that the immigration reform bill doesn’t have the necessary votes to avoid a filibuster in the Senate.
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Federal Police Arrests 9 Suspected Kidnappers in Northern Mexico 

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Nine suspected members of a gang involved in kidnappings, contract hits and extortion rackets were arrested by the Federal Police in La Laguna, a region in the northern Mexican state of Durango, officials said.

AP Interview: MD eyes new operation as Rome mayor

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Studied under pioneering U.S. surgeon. Saved lives transplanting livers on two continents. Helped create cutting-edge transplant center in Mafia-plagued Sicily.

Expected guilty plea latest twist in massacre case

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WHAT HAPPENED: The Army says Staff Sgt. Robert Bales slipped away from his southern Afghanistan outpost in March 2012 and attacked mud-walled compounds in two villages nearby, killing 16 people, including women and children. Bales, an Ohio native and father of two from Lake Tapps, Wash., had been drinking contraband alcohol, snorting Valium that was provided to him by another soldier, and had been taking steroids before the attack, his lawyers have said.

Dollar, shares fall on concerns about Japan, Fed stimulus - Reuters 

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Economic Times

Dollar, shares fall on concerns about Japan, Fed stimulus
By Richard Hubbard. LONDON | Wed Jun 5, 2013 6:12am EDT. LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar sank below 100 yen and global shares fell on Wednesday, as modest additions to Japan's growth strategy and renewed concerns of a cut in U.S. stimulus efforts ...
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Apple loses round in iPhone, iPad patent fight

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