Global Week in Review: Philippines Begins Difficult Recovery Process

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  • Mass Poisoning at South African Orphanage
  • Failures in Jamaica’s Anti-Doping Regime Raises Questions
  • Trafficked Migrants Tell of Rape and Torture
  • Suriname Leader’s Son Accused of Links to Hezbollah
  • Morocco Unveils Bold Plans for Illegal Immigrants
  • Philippines Begins Difficult Recovery Process
  • A Group Calling Itself East Libya’s New Government Seize Lucrative Oil Fields
  • Uncertain Future for Peace in the Congo
  • Liberia's Marijuana Trade Tarnishes Government
  • Scotland Yard Launches Public Appeal for Missing UK Terror Suspect

Suriname Leader’s Son Accused of Links to Hezbollah

Dino Bouterse, the son of Suriname’s troubled leader, was arrested this week by U.S. law enforcement officials who believe the 41-year-old is linked to the Islamic militant group Hezbollah.

If found guilty, the president’s son faces up to 40 years in jail.  

(Photo: Ranu Abhelakh/REUTERS)

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