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Hector Rolotti  (Source: twitter.com/OpyMorales)

Founding Partner Of Novecento Restaurants Found Dead In India

The search is over for the founder of Novecento restaurants after he went missing in India’s Ganges River while trying to save a drowning friend.

03/22/2014

HAVANA - Fmr. Cuban President Fidel Castro Welcomes Ban Ki Moon To the Island. (Source: Granma.cubaweb.cu/Alex Castro)

Fidel Castro Welcomes Multiple Foreign Leaders To Cuba

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has been welcoming several foreign dignitaries into the communist country over the past few days.

CBS Miami–01/29/2014

Hugo Quesada (Source: Miami-Dade Corrections)

Man Accused In Miami Double Murder In Court This Week

A man accused in the 2003 double murder of his ex-wife and stepfather in Miami is scheduled to go before a Miami-Dade judge this week.

11/24/2013

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Political Intrigue Surrounds Bomb Threat On International Flight

Two-hundred and seventy-seven passengers on board an Aerolineas flight from Argentina faced federal and Miami-Dade County law enforcement Friday after a bomb threat was made against the flight in Argentina.

CBS4–04/12/2013

Pope Francis (Source: CBS)

Pope Francis Begins Day In Prayer

On his first full day as the Roman Catholic Church’s new Holy Father, Pope Francis began his morning in prayer at the St. Mary Major basilica, Rome’s main basilica dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

CBS4–03/14/2013

Marina Bomarito (Source: CBS4)

Argentineans Proud That New Pope Is From Their Homeland

Hundreds of Argentinians learned that the Roman Catholic Church’s new pope was from their homeland on a flight to Miami.

CBS4–03/14/2013

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S. Florida Argentineans Cheer New Pope

Buenos Aires Bakery and Cafe on Miami Beach was buzzing Wednesday following the announcement that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was selected as the next pope.

CBS4–03/13/2013

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Miami Condos Get A Makeover For Foreign Buyers

A few years ago economists were predicting it would take a decade to move all the condos built during the boom in Downtown Miami.

CBS4–11/03/2011