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Two American fugitives who fled to Cuba after they were accused of killing police officers said Friday that Cuban officials have assured them that detente with the United States will not lead to their extradition. The United States and Cuba held a second round of law-enforcement talks last month dedicated partly to resolving the fate of scores of fugitives after more than a half century with almost no cooperation. Comment?
He's been wanted in New Mexico for 45 years, but now, Charlies Hill, an accused killer living in Cuba, has retained an American attorney. It's not for his murder case that has kept him in Cuba for all these years, but he's rather threatening to sue a London-based publication called "Huck Magazine." Comment?
It's been 50 years since Robert Rosenbloom was commissioned as a New Mexico State Police officer. He was killed during a traffic stop in Albuquerque in 1971. Comment?
A fresh blanket of spring snow touched down across sections of northern New Mexico and in the higher elevations Sunday, and winter advisories and winter storm warnings remain in place Monday for the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo mountains. Northern portions of the state will be impacted the most as we head through the day with expected scattered snow and rain showers. Comment?
Cuba says it is launching its first broadband home Internet service, a potentially major step forward in bringing the island online. State telecommunications company, ETECSA, announced Sunday night that it would allow Cubans to order home service through fiber optic connections operated with Chinese telecom operator Huawei. Comment?
The pope arrived just before 5 p.m. at the Apostolic Nunciature, the Vatican's diplomatic mission in the heart of Washington. Well-wishers in fancy clothes stood behind metal fencing, straining for a view of the pope's arriving car. Comment?
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