Investigators have been on the hunt for Brazilian TV host and former state legislator Wallace Souza, accused of ordering at least five murders to bolster his ratings and emphasize his point that violence was skyrocketing in the Amazon region of the country. Souza, who denies the allegations, skipped town once a warrant for his arrest was issued.
President Obama shocked the world this morning when it was announced that he won the Nobel Peace Prize for diplomacy, just nine months into his presidency. The Nobel Committee said of the president: “Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama captured the world’s attention and given its people hope for a better future.
Iris Chacón, the original curvy-in-all-the-right-places, Puerto Rican bombshell, was recently honored with a Nuestro Orgullo award by The Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly at its 35th annual gala in NYC, the NY Daily News reports.
During a televised Cabinet meeting yesterday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez joked with his Mining Minister Rodolfo Sanz, asking, "How's the uranium for Iran? For the atomic bomb?" The comment drew snickers from Cabinet members.
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