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Central African Republic crisis is neglected, U.N. says

GENEVA, Switzerland, March 5 (UPI) -- With neighboring countries starting to suffer from fighting in Central African Republic, a U.N. delegate said it's time the world paid attention to the crisis.

CAR violence hurting neighbors, WFP says

ROME, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Neighbors of the Central African Republic are starting to feel the effects of the religious conflict in the country, the U.N. World Food Program said.

U.N. increases services to Central African Republic

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 20 (UPI) -- The United Nations announced Friday its food relief offices in northern Central African Republic would reopen to reach more than 500,000 people in need.

NYPD nabs archer who skewered woman

NEW YORK, March 20 (UPI) -- New York police announced the arrest of a suspect in an apparent accident that left a woman with an arrow in her stomach.
Fred Goldman: Simpson where he belongs

Fred Goldman: Simpson where he belongs

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- Among those in a Nevada courtroom as O.J. Simpson was sentenced Friday was Fred Goldman, whose son was killed along with the former football star's ex-wife.

Victims' families feud over Simpson book

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- O.J. Simpson's controversial book "If I Did It," is hitting U.S. bookstores amid charges it sheds a bad light on murder victim Nicole Brown Simpson.

Brown furious with Goldmans over O.J. book

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Nicole Brown Simpson's sister, Denise, vowed to never speak to the Goldman family after they supported the U.S. publication of O.J. Simpson's new book.

Denise Simpson cancels 'Oprah' appearance

NEW YORK, Aug. 28 (UPI) -- The sister of slain celebrity Nicole Brown Simpson won't appear on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" because of developments concerning the book, "If I Did It."

Goldmans to get Simpson book proceeds

MIAMI, July 30 (UPI) -- The family of the man O.J. Simpson was accused of killing will receive 90 percent of proceeds from Simpson's book, "If I did it," a judge in Miami ruled.

Brown: We were offered hush money

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- O.J. Simpson's former sister-in-law said the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, who were killed in California in 1995, were offered hush money.

OJ virtually blames ex-wife for her death

MIAMI, June 4 (UPI) -- On the tenth anniversary of the California murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, O.J. Simpson virtually blamed his ex-wife for her own murder.

Spree killer Coleman executed

LUCASVILLE, Ohio, April 26 (UPI) -- Serial killer Alton Coleman, the only person sentenced to die in three states, was put to death by lethal injection Friday at the Southern Ohio Correctional Fac

Serial killer Alton Coleman to die Friday

COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 23 (UPI) -- State officials Tuesday prepared for the scheduled execution of Alton Coleman, convicted in a six-state crime spree that left at least seven people dead and 15
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Denise Brown
LAP97020404-04 FEBRUARY 1997-SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, USA: Denise Brown, one of three sisters of Nicole Brown Simpson arrives February 4 the Santa Monica courthouse to hear the verdicts in O.J.Simpson's civil trial. UPI jr/Jim Ruymen
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Denise Brown (born July 29, 1957) is the older sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson, who was found murdered along with her friend Ronald Goldman. Nicole's former husband, O.J. Simpson, was accused of the murder, but was found not guilty and acquitted.

Born in Germany to an American serviceman father and German mother, Denise grew up in Garden Grove, California along with her younger sisters Nicole, Dominique, and Tanya Brown. Denise Brown "led a life remarkable only in its normalcy until June 12, 1994, when her sister Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered" (statement from Nicole Brown Foundation). She is also committed to raising awareness against domestic violence. In 1994, Brown established The Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation in Nicole's memory, to assist victims of domestic violence.

However, the foundation received negative publicity a few years later when its 1998 tax returns showed that it gave only about 3.6 percent of its expenses to charity that year. In response, Denise Brown opened her records to the Los Angeles Times, which concluded that the foundation "has radically cut back on what it's given to charity the last two years – $5,630 – while spending more than it ever has in staff salaries, tax records show. The foundation has raised about $800,000, not including interest, since 1994, but in the last two years, its donations have dropped substantially, to about $147,000." The story later states that over the foundation's five years of existence, it has given about 36 percent of what it takes in, still far short of national charity standards. (A well-run organization will give away 70 percent.)

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