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Hamid Abutalebi, Iran’s choice for UN, linked to assassination of dissident in Rome: court docume
Jay, New York
The U.S. has declared Hamid Abutalebi’s nomination to head the Iran's UN delegation 'not viable,' effectively announcing that he would not be granted a U.S. visa
April 10 2014
Ezra Michael Natoli – Bourdon, infant
New York
Ezra Michael Natoli – Bourdon, infant son of David Bourdon and Marianne Natoli, entered into God’s Loving Arms on Monday March 17, 2014, at Highland Hospital, Rochester, due to Triploid Syndrome. Continue reading →
March 26 2014
Suit vs. DPH rips medical marijuana shop financier
New York
A key financier of a proposed pot shop in Lowell was once sued by a former business associate for fraud, owed nearly $23,000 in taxes in New York and filed for bankruptcy four years ago, according to a lawsuit filed yesterday against the state’s embattled health department. The suit — filed by the Cardiac Arrhythmia Syndromes Foundation in Suffolk Superior Court — is at least the fourth brought ...
March 25 2014
ProMedica gets site by hospital
New York
ProMedica, which in June purchased the Starlite Plaza on Monroe Street for $7 million, has swapped a small parcel on the 11-acre shopping center property in Sylvania, for a piece of land near its ProMedica Toledo Hospital complex in Toledo.
March 09 2014
New trial date set in 2008 baby death
New York
A May trial date was set and a defense attorney assigned Wednesday for Adrian Thomas, whose 2009 murder conviction in the death of his 4-month-old son was thrown out two weeks ago by the state's highest court. Thomas, 31, made a brief appearance before County Court Judge Andrew Ceresia with his appellate attorney, retired Rensselaer County Public Defender Jerome Frost, and assistant defense ...
March 05 2014
Adrian Thomas get attorney, trial date
New York
TROY – A May trial date was set and a defense attorney assigned Wednesday for Adrian Thomas, whose 2009 murder conviction in the death of his 4-month-old son was thrown out two weeks ago by the state's highest court. Thomas, 31, made a brief appearance before county court Judge Andrew Ceresia with his appellate attorney, retired Rensselaer County Public Defender Jerome Frost, and assistant ...
March 05 2014
The Sicilian mafia 'ordered the assassination of Rudolph Giuliani'
Rome, New York
'Boss of all bosses' Salvatore 'Toto' Riina, allegedly planned the hit when Giuliani was a state prosecutor in the 1980s, a court in Palermo has heard.
March 01 2014
Video shows Pistorius shooting at gun range prior to Reeva death
Rome, New York
Newly released video shows Oscar Pistorius, who faces a murder trial next week, firing weapons at a gun range before the double-amputee athlete fatally shot his girlfriend last year.
March 01 2014
India confirms embassy threats amid marines row
Delhi, New York
(By Denis Greenan). (ANSA) - Rome, February 21 - The Indian government has confirmed its embassy in Rome has received threats including a bullet protesting delays in the case of two Italian marines facing trial in India for the alleged murder of two Indian fishermen two years ago.
February 21 2014
New Delhi confirms threat to Rome embassy
Delhi, New York
(ANSA) - New Delhi, February 21 - An Indian government spokesman on Friday confirmed its embassy in Rome had received threats including a bullet linked to the case of two Italian marines facing trial in India for the alleged murder of two Indian fishermen two years ago.
February 21 2014
Amanda Knox’s Jury Begins Deliberations in Murder Retrial
Rome, New York
Amanda Knox was originally sentenced to 26 years and served almost four years in prison... Read More Amanda Knox was originally sentenced to 26 years and served almost four years in prison before the verdict was overturned in October 2011.
February 15 2014
Knox, Assange, Hamza, Polanski: Most Controversial Extradition Cases
Rome, New York
Amanda Knox could remain in the US for the rest of her life if she escapes extradition to Italy after a court in Rome found her and co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito guilty of the murder of Meredith Kercher at a retrial. If her appeal against extradition fails, Barack Obama's administration will have no choice but to deport Knox to Italy. She is currently waiting to see if the US accepts her ...
February 15 2014
Knox Vows to Fight to the End After 2nd Conviction
Rome, New York
A day after an Italian court convicted her of a murder for a second time, American student Amanda Knox said in an emotional interview that her ongoing legal ordeal is unfair
February 15 2014
Knox found guilty of murder again
Rome, New York
An Italian appeals court convicted former exchange student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito on murder charges Thursday night.
February 15 2014
Knox's ex-boyfriend: never intended to flee
Rome, New York
ROME — The ex-boyfriend of Amanda Knox says he wasn't fleeing Italy when he drove to Austria while an appeals court deliberated his fate in the death of a British student. In an interview with U.S. broadcaster NBC News broadcast Friday, Raffaele Sollecito said he had been planning to take a trip outside Italy if acquitted, and turned back from Austria as soon as he learned he had been convicted ...
February 15 2014
Amanda Knox’s judge ‘suffered’ over guilty verdict
Rome, New York
ROME—The judge who presided over Amanda Knox’s second murder conviction says he suffered over the verdict, but that he and the jury reached agreement that she was guilty in the death of British student Meredith Kercher. Judge Alessandro Nencini also suggested in an interview with Corriere della Sera published Saturday that the decision of Knox’s ex-boyfriend and co-defendant, Raffaele Sollecito ...
February 15 2014
Italian judge blasted in Knox case
Knox, New York
Amanda Knox bows her head during a television interview on Friday in New York on ABC's "Good Morning America." / Mark Lennihan, AP ROME - The judge who sentenced Amanda Knox to 28½ years for the murder of her British roommate was widely criticized Monday for suggesting Knox's former boyfriend might have escaped guilt by trying to pin the murder on Knox.
February 14 2014
No hard feelings, says man mistakenly jailed in murder
Buffalo, New York
Jerome Thagard hugs a family member after a murder conviction for which he served prison time was dismissed. Derek Gee/Buffalo News
January 16 2014
Thagard, mistakenly jailed in murder, says he holds no hard feelings
Buffalo, New York
Jerome Thagard hugs a family member after a murder conviction for which he served prison time was dismissed. Derek Gee/Buffalo News
January 16 2014
Woman killed in wrong-way crash on 490
New York
Gates, N.Y. -- The second wrong-way crash in the last month has taken another Rochester resident's life. Around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to a car accident on I-490 East at the Route 204 exit. According to investigators, a car driven by Thomas Rome, 37, of Kirkwood, N. ...
December 22 2013
Kenya: Officials Welcome Changes On ICC Trial Attendance
Rome, New York
[Capital FM]Nairobi -The Kenyan government has welcomed changes to the rules governing the International Criminal Court (ICC) that could enable State officials skip trial proceedings.
December 13 2013
Hospital plans urgent care addition
New York
Rome Memorial Hospital is getting $855,125 through the state to help it provide services to fragile, elderly and low-income people.
December 11 2013
Catherine T. Mazzari, 95, Of Greenwich, Volunteer At Greenwich Hospital
New York
GREENWICH, Conn. -- Catherine Theresa Mazzari of Greenwich died Wednesday, Nov. 27. She was 95. Mazzari was born June 22, 1918, in New York, N.Y., daughter of Romeo and Julia Cusati. She was a Greenwich resident since 1960. In addition to being a homemaker, she was a volunteer for ...
November 29 2013
International Criminal Court prosecutors don't oppose delay in Kenyan president's trial
Rome, New York
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The International Criminal Court on Thursday postponed the trial of Kenya's president on crimes against humanity charges until February, but the African Union said that's not enough time and stepped up pressure for a one-year deferral.
November 08 2013
Prosecutors Don't Object to Kenyatta Trial Delay
Rome, New York
International Criminal Court prosecutors don't oppose delay in Kenyan president's trial        
November 08 2013
Amanda Knox says she is paying for Italian police mistakes
New York
October 16, 2013 6:02 AM ROME (REUTERS) - Amanda Knox, the American student facing retrial for the murder of her British roommate in 2007, said on Tuesday she was paying for Italian police errors but was confident the court reviewing the case would find her innocent.        
October 15 2013
Prenatal group program shown to benefit women
New York
In the Centering Pregnancy Program, offered by Rome Memorial Hospital since June, women with similar due dates attend 10 prenatal and postpartum classes.
October 02 2013
Rome woman injured in Vernon car-pedestrian accident
New York
A Rome woman was sent to the hospital after she was struck by a vehicle being driven by a New York Mills man early Saturday morning, Oneida County sheriff's deputies said.
October 02 2013
Amanda Knox won't return to Italy as murder retrial begins
Rome, New York
ROME — Amanda Knox, who says she's "haunted" by nearly four years spent in an Italian jail, won't return from the United States for an appeals retrial for the 2007 killing of her British roommate Meredith Kercher, which started Monday in Florence.
October 01 2013
Amanda Knox murder retrial set to open in Italy
New York
ROME (Reuters) - Italy will put Amanda Knox back on trial on Monday for the murder of her British roommate in 2007, but the American will not return to attend court in the country that jailed her - she says wrongly - for four years.        
September 27 2013
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