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  • Virginia Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Engaging in a Child Exploitation Enterprise (02/16/2011)
  • Construction Manager of Iowa Building Renovation Pleads Guilty to Environmental Crimes (02/16/2011)
  • Federal Courts Order Seizure of Website Domains Involved in Advertising and Distributing Child Pornography (02/16/2011)
  • Latin Kings Leader Sentenced to 60 Years in Prison for a Racketeering Conspiracy Related to His Gang Activities (02/16/2011)
  • Twenty People Indicted in Florida for Health Care Fraud Scheme Involving Approximately $200 Million in Medicare Billing (02/16/2011)
  • Stop using excessive force against protesters, UN rights chief tells Bahrain (02/16/2011)
  • UN human rights office plans to send mission to Egypt after transition (02/16/2011)
  • Nepal: UN urges arrest of suspects in murder of young girl seven years ago (02/16/2011)
  • UN and partners working to manage influx of Tunisian refugees into Italy (02/16/2011)
  • Security Council urges permanent ceasefire after recent Thai-Cambodia clashes (02/14/2011)
  • UN reaffirms support for Lebanon court on 6th anniversary of ex-premiers death (02/14/2011)
  • UN official stresses importance of regional cooperation in combating terrorism (02/14/2011)
  • New pneumonia vaccine targets leading cause of child deaths worldwide (02/14/2011)
  • Independent UN expert urges Australia to adopt human rights approach to foreign aid (02/14/2011)
  • CBP U.S. Border Patrol Stops North County Maritime Smuggling Attempt (02/14/2011)
  • U.S. Border Patrol Agents Seize More than 1 ton of Marijuana (02/14/2011)
  • Baltimore CBP Employs Technology to Intercept $650k Cocaine (02/14/2011)
  • Virginia Man Sentenced to 102 Months in Prison for Engaging in a Child Exploitation Enterprise (02/11/2011)
  • Former Abramoff Business Partner Michael Scanlon Sentenced to 20 Months in Prison for Role in Public Corruption and Fraud Schemes (02/11/2011)
  • Egypt: UN chief urges peaceful transition after Mubarak resignation (02/11/2011)
  • Security Council discusses poverty and under-development as root of conflict (02/11/2011)
  • Human rights must not be cast aside amid Middle East politics, UN official stresses (02/11/2011)
  • UN urges action to curb harmful use of alcohol, reduce drink-related deaths (02/11/2011)
  • UN world heritage agency appoints special envoy for Preah Vihear temple (02/11/2011)
  • Leader of Nine Trey Headbustas Set of Bloods Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Leading Narcotics Network in Camden (02/11/2011)
  • Seal Beach Woman Arrested for Impersonating FBI Agents by Altering Voice and Using Telephonic Spoofing Technology (02/11/2011)
  • Medical Assistant Sentenced to 36 Months in Prison for His Role in a Fraudulent Home Health Scheme (02/10/2011)
  • Federal Court Permanently Bars North Carolina Woman from Preparing Federal Tax Returns for Others (02/10/2011)
  • Former Staff Member in U.S. House of Representatives Convicted on Corruption Charges (02/10/2011)
  • Brooklyn-Area Medical Equipment Company Owners and Operators Plead Guilty to Fraud Scheme Involving Diabetic Shoe Inserts (02/10/2011)
  • Justice Department Settles Housing Discrimination Lawsuit Against Dalton Township, Michigan (02/10/2011)
  • Ohio Tax Return Preparer Sentenced to 24 Months in Prison for Preparing False Returns (02/10/2011)
  • Tyson Foods Inc. Agrees to Pay $4 Million Criminal Penalty to Resolve Foreign Bribery Allegations (02/10/2011)
  • Justice Department Sues Nevada Man to Stop Alleged Tax Fraud Scheme (02/10/2011)
  • Tyson Foods Inc. Agrees to Pay $4 Million Criminal Penalty to Resolve Foreign Bribery Allegations (02/10/2011)
  • Justice Department Sues Nevada Man to Stop Alleged Tax Fraud Scheme (02/10/2011)
  • Cement Manufacturer to Pay $1.4 Million and Install Emission Controls to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations at Ohio Plant (02/10/2011)
  • Justice Department Announces Indictment and Six Lawsuits Targeting False Claims for First-time Homebuyer and Earned-income Tax Credits (02/09/2011)
  • Maryland Man Convicted of Defrauding Cisco Systems Inc. (02/09/2011)
  • Executives of Iowa-Ready Mix Concrete Companies Sentenced to Serve Prison Sentences for Price Fixing and Bid Rigging (02/09/2011)
  • Five Individuals and One Tennessee Company Charged with Conspiracy to Violate Arms Export Control Act and Related Offenses in International Arms Trafficking Scheme (02/09/2011)
  • Executive of California Aftermarket Auto Lights Distributor Agrees to Plead Guilty in Price-Fixing Conspiracy (02/09/2011)
  • General Assembly stresses need to invest in disaster mitigation measures (02/09/2011)
  • UN agency planning long-term food support for flood-hit Sri Lankans (02/09/2011)
  • As temperatures plummet, UNICEF rushes supplies to vulnerable Pakistanis (02/09/2011)
  • UN envoy convenes talks on former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia name issue (02/09/2011)
  • UBS to Repurchase $1.5 Billion in Auction Rate Securities from N.J. Investors, Under Division of Consumer Affairs Settlement (02/09/2011)
  • Justice Department Reaches Settlement with the Carson City, Nevada, School District to Ensure Equal Opportunities for ELL Students (02/08/2011)
  • Greater action needed to include women in peacekeeping (02/08/2011)
  • UN agency stocking up aid to assist Cote dIvoires displaced (02/08/2011)
  • European foreign policy chief reaffirms commitment to strong UN (02/08/2011)
  • Deaths in Mozambique highlight perils facing people fleeing Horn of Africa (02/08/2011)
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