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Haitian Protesters Decry US Backing for Embattled President

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WASHINGTON / PORT-AU-PRINCE - Tons of of protesters marched from downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital, to the U.S. Embassy on Friday to demand...

Trump to Delay Listing Mexican Cartels as Terrorist Groups

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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump stated Friday in a tweet that he'll maintain off on designating Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations. Trump...

Oil Companies Press Mexican President to Resume Suspended Auctions

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MEXICO CITY - Massive oil firms working in Mexico have launched a drive to persuade leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to...

Colombian Authorities, Unions Renew Talks But No Agreement Reached

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BOGOTA - Union leaders and Colombian authorities representatives met on Thursday for the second time this week however failed to succeed in an...

Chileans Get on Their Bikes as Protests Hobble Public Transport

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SANTIAGO - Chileans are more and more turning to bikes to get to work after weeks of rioting have hobbled Santiago's metro system,...

US State Dept: We Are Working with Mexico on Tools to...

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WASHINGTON - The U.S. State Division on Wednesday mentioned it was working with Mexico's authorities to determine the "appropriate tools" to...

Teachers Who Don’t Flee Venezuela Get Side Gigs to Survive

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CARACAS - Daixy Aguero holds her chin up when college students wander by and are shocked to discover their instructor promoting...

Chile Central Bank Holds Benchmark Rate Steady Even as Protests Hammer...

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SANTIAGO, CHILE - Chile's central financial institution stated on Wednesday it could maintain its benchmark rate of interest regular at 1.75%, and would...

US State Dept.: It’s Working with Mexico on Tools to Fight...

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WASHINGTON - The U.S. State Division on Wednesday stated it was working with Mexico's authorities to establish the "appropriate tools" to...

In Haiti, Protests Wane, But Crisis Far From Over

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - Anti-government protests in Haiti are waning, with colleges and companies attempting to reopen within the face of political gridlock...

UN, Lender CAF Seek $350M Loan for Maduro Government

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CARACAS, VENEZUELA - Latin American lender CAF and the United Nations are looking for to offer financing to the federal government...

Marches Begin to Mark Colombia’s Third National Strike

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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - Colombian unions and scholar teams held a 3rd nationwide strike Wednesday amid fraught talks between protest leaders and the...

Brazil Could Lose its UN Vote Due to Debt

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UNITED NATIONS/BRASILIA - Brazil is at risk of shedding its vote on the cash-strapped United Nations if it doesn't pay among the $400...

Maduro’s Foes Balk at UN-backed Deal to Rebuild Power Grid

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MIAMI - A proposal to rebuild Venezuela's collapsed energy grid with the assistance of the United Nations is proving a political sizzling potato...

Amazon Town Becomes Focus of Bolsonaro’s Fight With NGOs

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ALTER DO CHAO, BRAZIL - A sleepy Amazon city has develop into the flashpoint for the rising hostility between Brazil's far-right President Jair...

Mexican President Prays With Family of Dead US Dual Citizens

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MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - Mexican President Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador prayed for the protection of the nation with the relations of 9 U.S....

Trump Accuses Canada’s Trudeau of Being ‘Two-Confronted’

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LONDON - U.S. President Donald Trump accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of being "two-faced" after Trudeau and different NATO leaders appeared...

Rio Treaty Nations Move to Further Isolate Venezuela

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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - Representatives from over a dozen nations which might be signatories to a Chilly Warfare-era protection treaty for the Americas...

OAS Must Avoid ‘Extremes,’ Push for Dialogue, Leadership Candidate says

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BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - The Group of American States (OAS) ought to keep away from "extreme" positions when confronting regional crises like Venezuela's...

Argentina’s President-elect Says Cabinet ‘Chosen,’ Some Names Revealed

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BUENOS AIRES - Argentina's incoming cupboard has already been chosen and will likely be revealed on Friday, President-elect Alberto Fernandez mentioned on...

Talks Between Colombia Strike Committee, Government End Without Advances

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BOGOTA - Talks between the Colombian authorities and the unions and pupil organizations which are planning main protests this week ended with out...

Mercosur Presidents Meet, Stung by US Metal Tariffs

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BENTO GONALVES, BRAZIL - The presidents of South America's Mercosur commerce bloc meet on Wednesday below the cloud of tariffs restored by U.S....

Young Nurse Pursues Her Dreams While Living With MS

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On the younger age of 29, Trish Palmer, a registered journey nurse, awakened one morning experiencing numbness and tingling on the precise facet...

Haitian Schools Reopen After Months of Unrest

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - Protected by police patrols, hundreds of Haitian youngsters started to return to high school Monday after months of violent...

Colombian President Extends Olive Branch to Protesters

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BOGOTA - The federal government of President Ivan Duque prolonged an olive department Monday to labor and scholar teams organizing latest protests in...

Mexican Border Town Gripped by Fear After Gunbattle Kills 22

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VILLA UNION, MEXICO - A small city close to the U.S.-Mexico border started cleansing up Monday, gripped by concern after the killing of...

Chile’s Economy Posts Biggest Drop in Decade as Protests Bite

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SANTIAGO - Chile's economic system contracted 3.4% in October from the identical month a 12 months in the past, the central financial institution...

Pompeo: US Will Help Prevent Latin American Protests From Becoming Riots

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WASHINGTON - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday accused Cuba and Venezuela of making an attempt to hijack democratic...

Global Protests in 2019: Demonstrators Around World Demand Reform

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Corruption, poor economies, political autonomy and private freedom are among the many many points driving demonstrators' calls for for reform world wide. ...

Shootings in Northern Mexico Town Kill 20, Pile Pressure on President

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MEXICO CITY - Clashes sparked by suspected cartel gunmen in a northern Mexican city killed 20 individuals this weekend, authorities mentioned, placing...

Global Protests in 2019

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Corruption, poor economies, political autonomy and private freedom are among the many many points driving demonstrators' calls for for reform all over the...

Security Forces Kill Five During Gunfight in Northern Mexico Town

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MEXICO CITY - Mexican safety forceskilled no less than 5 suspected cartel gunmen in a shootout Saturday in a city close to...

Perus Keiko Fujimori Leaves Prison to Supporters Cheers

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LIMA, PERU - Supporters cheered late Friday as once-powerful opposition chief and two-time Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori left the jail the place...

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