Former Cuban DGI intelligence officer identifies 17 Castro spies
General Juan Velasco Alvarado came to power as part of a junta that overthrew the Peruvian government in October 1968.
In the fight for jobs, SouthCoast unions keep watchful eye on competition
Claim: Thompson does not maintain or participate in a Construction Crafts Laborer apprentice training program, as required by city ordinance Claim: Lighthouse Masonry Inc. was violating the public bidding law because it is subcontracting a part of its work to another company NEW BEDFORD - Audon Edgar Morales has worked the trowel on both sides of ... (more)
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Guatemalan brothers say gang violence drove them to flee to Sacramento
From left, Sandra Socop, Trinadad Morales, Alex Morales, 18, and Marcos Morales, 20, hold a photograph showing Alex with his two sisters, still live in Guatemala.
Latino festival brings food and music to Hazelwood Park
Amid the hunger-inspiring smell of rice and beans and the bass of salsa music, the Latino Beach Cultural Festival took over Hazelwood Park on Saturday.
Bolivia free of illiteracy with Cuban method of education
The deputy minister of Alternative Education in Bolivia, Noel Aguirre, said on Tuesday that UNESCO has accepted the report submitted by the government that shows that the country is free of illiteracy.
In boats now cross coyotes Honduran migrants
Shielding on the borders and blind spots in Honduras, they manage coyotes and now seek alternatives to continue trafficking who are destined for the United States.