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YET ANOTHER REPORT published today shows the incomprehensible extent of abuse by Jimmy Saville. The latest report into the Stoke Mandeville Hospital confirms there were another 60 individuals sexually abused by the TV star, with victims aged between 8 a
Zuniga, a security guard at the BBOSS Restaurant and bar, was shot and killed Saturday night while chasing down a thief who stole cigarellos from the liquor store next door.
a robbery next door caught their attention. The suspects took $20 worth of cigars and hopped in a getaway car. Then someone inside the car pulled a gun and started shooting. A coworker says 34-year-old Manny Zuniga jumped into the line of fire.
According to convenience store wholesaler LA Top Distributor, however, many convenience store and tobacco retailers have been flooded with phone calls from customers asking if they have Cuban cigars for sale. Although convenience store owners are not able
But Nicaragua’s cigar boom is due to more than just Cuban exiles. It’s because of the embargo against their homeland. For 50 years, the U.S. blockade has shut off the world’s largest cigar market from the island most famous for making them. In the proces
on Friday will begin making it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba…travelers will be permitted to … bring back up to $400 in souvenirs, including up to $100 in alcohol or tobacco.
On December 16, the FDA issued warning letters to six online retailers for selling “across state lines a tobacco product subject to a Not Substantially Equivalent (NSE) Order.” Once an NSE order has been issued for a particular tobacco product by the FD
On April 8, 2014, agents at the airport found 13 Cuban cigars in the baggage of a U.S. passenger arriving from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and confiscated them as well.