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Xinhua world news summary at 0700 GMT, Dec. 18 18 Dec 2023
The bloodshed occurred during a Christmas posada, traditional Mexican celebration, in the community of San Jose del Carmen, the Guanajuato Attorney General's Office said, adding that investigation is under way.

Sioux Falls man accepts plea deal in 2020 shooting death

The Globe 21 Sep 2023
Lamont Walker, 49, of Sioux Falls, pleaded guilty Thursday, Sept ... Police confirm identity of body found in downtown Montevideo ... Attorney general warns of phone scams after SD lawmaker targeted ... Montevideo woman sentenced to 7 years in overdose death ... .

Police Department requests BCA review of investigation

Montevideo American News 27 Feb 2023
The couple whose home was searched filed a civil lawsuit in federal court in February of 2022 to seek punitive and compensatory damages, along with costs, interest, and attorneys fees against the Montevideo Police Department.

Uruguay Astesiano

Citrus County Chronicle 09 Feb 2023
... testify in Montevideo, Uruguay, Thursday, Feb.

At Uruguay's Port of Montevideo, a Deadly Circle of Fishing and Labor Abuse

InSight Crime 03 Aug 2022
More than two years later, the case is still under investigation by Prosecutor Silvia Porteiro, who is part of the Attorney General's Office in Montevideo, according to an email from Javier Benech, ...
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