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March 7, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Noticias del Mundo Ceases Publication: Noticias del Mundo, the 7-year-old Spanish-language daily newspaper owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, said it was ceasing publication of its Los Angeles edition, effective immediately. Publisher Phillip V. Sanchez said parent News World Communications has decided to direct its resources to starting other Spanish-language publications.
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March 7, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Noticias del Mundo Ceases Publication: Noticias del Mundo, the 7-year-old Spanish-language daily newspaper owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, said it was ceasing publication of its Los Angeles edition, effective immediately. Publisher Phillip V. Sanchez said parent News World Communications has decided to direct its resources to starting other Spanish-language publications.
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March 28, 1989
Noticias del Mundo, a Spanish-language daily newspaper opened in Los Angeles five years ago by a conglomerate associated with cult figure Rev. Sun Myung Moon, has laid off one-third of its staff, raising concern among employees that it may close. The layoffs of 20 people are the result of "very reduced operating subsidies" by News World Communications, a subsidiary of Moon's Unification Church International, according to a statement in Monday's edition by New York-based publisher Phillip V.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1989
Noticias del Mundo, a Spanish-language daily newspaper opened in Los Angeles five years ago by a conglomerate associated with cult figure Rev. Sun Myung Moon, has laid off one-third of its staff, raising concern among employees that it may close. The layoffs of 20 people are the result of "very reduced operating subsidies" by News World Communications, a subsidiary of Moon's Unification Church International, according to a statement in Monday's edition by New York-based publisher Phillip V.
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