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U.S. aid worker released from Haiti jail  Paul Waggoner, an American relief worker jailed in Haiti under suspicion of kidnapping a 15-month-old boy, has been released 'Barefoot bandit' returned to U.S.  Miami: The teenager Colton Harris-Moore, was taken from the Bahamas to Miami to face charges Van der Sloot's detention motion rejected    Peru: A superior court judge in Lima, Peru, upheld the confession and incarceration of Joran van der Sloot in connection with the killing of Stefany... Jamaican drug kingpin pleads not guilty  New York: Alleged drug kingpin Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, who was extradited to the United States, pleaded not guilty to drug and weapons charges Jamaican drug lord arrives in U. S. Map of Upstate New York
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B. 2015-07-18 Fifa corruption: Jeffrey Webb pleads not guilty in US Brooklyn, New York
C. 2012-01-13 Van der Sloot sentenced for Peru murder Lima, Peru
2011-12-23 Cuba to release 2,900 prisoners Cuba
E. 2011-08-31 Drug kingpin Coke pleads guilty New York
F. 2011-05-26 Man convicted of JFK airport plot New York
G. 2011-01-18 Charges filed against 'Baby Doc' Duvalier Haiti
7. 2010-12-29 U.S. aid worker released from Haiti jail Haiti
I. 2010-07-13 'Barefoot bandit' returned to U.S. Miami
J. 2010-06-27 Van der Sloot's detention motion rejected Lima, Peru

Drug kingpin Coke pleads guilty  New York: Christopher Coke, whose extradition was preceded by a horrific gun battle in Jamaica. pleaded guilty to racketeering and assault charges Man convicted of JFK airport plot  New York: A former leader of the Shia Muslim community in Trinidad has been convicted of taking part in a failed plot to blow up fuel tanks and pipelines Charges filed against 'Baby Doc' Duvalier
  Fifa corruption: Jeffrey Webb pleads not guilty in US   New York: Former Fifa Vice-President has pleaded not guilty in connection with a massive corruption scandal in the world football governing body Van der Sloot sentenced for Peru murder Map of Lima Peru  A court has sentenced Dutchman Joran van der Sloot to 28 years in prison for the murder of a young woman he met at a casino in the capital   Cuba to release 2,900 prisoners


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Dec.23
  Cuba says it will release 2,900 prisoners, including some convicted of political crimes, in the next few days
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Jan.18
  Haiti: The former leader was taken into custody. A judge will have 30 days to investigate and decide whether the accusations merit moving forward



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  Upstate New York: Christopher 'Dudus' Coke was extradited from Jamaica to the United States, where he is to face drug and weapons charges
Jun.9 Official: Van der Sloot got $25K in sting  FBI: A representative for Holloway's mother who paid $25,000 for information on the whereabouts of her remains last month was an undercover agent Jun.4 Van der Sloot returns to Peru  Murder suspect Joran van der Sloot is to face charges that he killed a Peruvian woman as police said they had identified the weapon Apr.16   Charges not dropped against Americans  Haiti: Haiti's top prosecutor denied reports that charges have been dropped against nine of the 10 missionaries accused of kidnapping children Apr.15   Charges against U.S. missionaries dropped  Haiti: A tenth missionary, group leader Laura Silsby, remains in a jail. Authorities in Port-au-Prince accused the group of trying to kidnap 33 Haitian... Mar.8   Haiti frees missionary; leader still held  Charisa Coulter, one of two Americans detained for more than a month on suspicion of kidnapping 33 children after earthquake, was released Feb.4   U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping
  Haiti: Ten Americans detained while trying to take 33 Haitian children out of the country were charged with kidnapping children and criminal association
 Haitian officials said their cases would now be sent to an investigating judge who would decide how to proceed
Jan.22 Stoning death a case of 'citizen justice'  Haiti: A thief was trying to steal money amid the chaos from last week's earthquake. 'The people kill him with the blocks, because the people are a...

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Jun.10 Bail denied for Cuba 'spies'  Washington: A retired State Department employee and his wife, who are charged with spying for Cuba, have been denied bail by a court Jan.30 'Cuban Five' file appeal
  U.S. Supreme Court: 5 Cubans convicted in 2001 of spying for the Castro regime have asked the Supreme Court to grant a new trial in a politically charged case

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Dec.5 Suspected brothers' case remain free   Aruba: A ruling by a panel of judges could mean trouble for the prosecution in the case of an American teenager's disappearance Jun.27 Coup leaders ordered freed
. Grenada May.8 US drops Cuban militant's charges
  Texas: A judge has dropped immigration charges against Luis Posada Carriles, who has been accused of blowing up a Cuban airliner.    The Cuban government accuses him of being involved in the ...


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Apr.11   Ferry hijackers executed
  Cuba: 3 men were convicted of hijacking a passenger ferry to sail to the U.S.


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