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Jury Awards $21 Million to Hotel Dishwasher Forced to Work Sundays

A jury awarded a Florida hotel dishwasher more than $21 million after determining that the woman’s employer discriminated against her religious beliefs by forcing her to work Sundays and firing her when she did not show up for religious reasons.

Marie Jean Pierre was a dishwasher at the Conrad Miami for more than 10 years but found herself without a job. The devout Christian missionary who was born in Haiti says she missed six Sundays from work to attend Bethel Baptist Church and was fired by her boss at the …

Cuban Slave Doctors Sue Venezuela’s State Oil Company for Wages

A group of unnamed Cuban doctors forced to work without pay in Venezuela filed a lawsuit Monday against Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), the state’s oil company, arguing that the socialist state paid the Castro regime for their services in oil and owe them a fair salary.

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Venezuelans Surround ‘Salt Bae’ Miami Restaurant to Protest Maduro Feast

Venezuelan exiles and supporters in Miami, Florida, descended on the Nusr-et Steakhouse Wednesday afternoon to protest that restaurant’s owner, chef Nusret Gökçe (also known as “Salt Bae”), choosing to host socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro for a lavish feast in Istanbul this week.

"Salt Bae," whose real name is Nusret Gökçe," posted videos showing him carving meat in front of Nicolas Maduro.