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When CIAs Poisoned Capsule for Castro Stuck to the Freezer!

...d Santos Trafficant, the head of the Mafia's Cuban casino operations, to assassinate Castro. Giancana suggested poisoning him. Six potent pills were provided in 1961 to Juan Orta, identified as a Cuban official who had been receiving kickback payments from gambling interests, who still had access to Castr...

Pennsylvania Government's Partial Shutdown Ends

...night on whether to keep the facilities open until casino owners could argue their case that they should stay open. br> The second-term Democratic governor blamed Republicans, who control the Senate, for the potential furloughs, accusing them of dragging their feet on priorities he asked them to conside...

A Lucky Number? 7/7/07

... organised too late can always try their luck in a casino or buying a lottery ticket instead, however. In casinos, where 777 wins the jackpot on one-armed bandits, managers are offering special July 7 deals such as an overnight luxury stay with spa and dinner for 777 dollars, or the night of your life for...

Govt Sees Off Casino Challenge

...llion pounds in lost profits annually owing to the casino reforms introduced by Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell. In January, Manchester was named by the Casino Advisory Panel (CAP) as the surprise choice for the country's first Las Vegas-style casino. The independent panel also set out plans for eight "lar...

Health Effects of Casinos Have Been Ignored: Experts

...sals to build the UK’s first Las Vegas-style super casino in Manchester and build 16 other casinos around th...artners. While the authors acknowledge that most casino customers will not be compulsive gamblers, they believe that the minor effects on large numbers of t...

Don't Gamble With People's Health, Warn Experts

...sals to build the UK's first Las Vegas-style super casino in Manchester and build 16 other casinos around th...rtners. While the authors acknowledge that most casino customers will not be compulsive gamblers, they believe that the minor effects on large numbers of t...

Hundreds Literally Sea ‘sick’ on Luxury Linr

... put in place by the QE2's crew, from disinfecting casino chips to halting self-service at the ship's buffet, were containing the outbreak. Passengers report to have treated well by the crew, and many of them have recovered. Yet this may be a sea-faring adventure whose memories they are unlikely to ch...

Gamble for money, but casino workers gamble with their health!

...nditions. // The survey was done on the state of casino working conditions by the GMB union. This comes wh...ds of Richard Leonard, GMB's Glasgow organiser for casino workers: "Casinos are seen as glamorous, but the view from the inside is radically different. It's t...

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