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Colombia's most-wanted drug lord 'Otoniel' captured
Colombia's most-wanted drug lord Otoniel has been captured by authorities in what has been heralded as the biggest blow to the country's narcotics traffickers in decades.
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Violence forces Haiti to cancel Carnival
Haiti's biggest celebration of the year, Carnival, has been canceled after deadly protests and gunfire interrupted the first day of festivities in Port-au-Prince, leaving at least one person dead.
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Police in Panama found more than 5 tons of drugs in a homemade semi-submersible vessel
More than 5 tons of drugs were seized off the coast of Panama after authorities spotted what appeared to be a semi-submersible vessel, the country's ministry of public security said.
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2 killed in massive pileup involving more than 200 cars near Montreal
The two people who died were found trapped in their vehicle.
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Murder of 7-year-old girl in Mexico fuels anger and protests over brutal killings
A young girl, known only as Fátima, was last seen being picked up from school by an unidentified woman in Mexico City on February 11.
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Fear and Indignation following the brutal murder of 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla
Another march against femicide took to the streets this weekend, this time in solidarity with 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla, who was found brutally slain a week ago, her body skinned and missing some of its organs.
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15 children were killed in a fire at a Haiti orphanage run by a US Christian group
At least 15 children were killed Friday when a fire broke out at a Haiti children's home run by an American religious non-profit, police said.
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A protest over a pipeline is shutting down train service across much of Canada
Protesters blocking Canadian railways have shut down large portions of the nation's passenger and freight train service this week, knocking out a travel option for thousands and spurring a business group to warn the cross-country flow of food and other goods will slow.
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A 25-year-old woman was brutally murdered and skinned in Mexico. Then newspapers published photos of the body
The brutal killing and mutilation of a 25-year-old woman in Mexico has sparked outrage and prompted calls for a change in the country's law, after several media outlets published a leaked photograph of the victim's disfigured body on their front pages.
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'It's kaputt.' Movers accidentally drop virtuoso's one-of-a-kind $194,000 piano
An extremely rare, $194,000 grand piano was smashed when movers dropped it while taking it out of a recording studio, Canadian virtuoso Angela Hewitt has revealed.
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Armed police and troops storm El Salvador's parliament
Armed soldiers and police officers accompanied El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele as he stormed the nation's parliament on Sunday afternoon.
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Video arcade massacre leaves nine dead in Mexico
A shootout at a video arcade in the Mexican state of Michoacan killed at least nine people and injured two on Monday, according to the state's attorney general's office.
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A second monarch butterfly conservationist has been found dead in Mexico
The body of Raúl Hernández Romero, a butterfly conservationist and activist in Mexico, has been found, authorities said, the second butterfly conservationist to be found dead in a week, following the death of Homero Gomez Gonzalez.
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This Oscar-nominated documentary is a warning for democracies
Brazilian director Petra Costa says her Netflix documentary should serve as a cautionary tale for the United States and the world at large.
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Ecuador's president apologizes for saying women only "target" ugly men for harassment claims
Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno stirred controversy late last week, after claiming women only file harassment claims when "they come from an ugly person."
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Body of Mexican butterfly conservationist found
The body of a missing Mexican butterfly conservationist and activist has been found, authorities confirmed.
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Children are joining a self-defense militia in Mexico
In a remote, mountainous region of Mexico's Guerrero state, a group of uniformed young boys lined up on a basketball court. "Attention! Lift up your weapons now," their trainer yelled as the kids rushed into position, hands firmly holding onto their rifles. The littlest ones are training with sticks, faces covered with colored bandanas.
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Why Cuba is watching America's election race so closely
Cuba is "prepared" for the possibility of Donald Trump's reelection and the continuation of crushing US sanctions against the island, according to Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.
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Magnitude 7.7 earthquake strikes off the coast of Jamaica and is felt as far away as Miami
A magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck Tuesday about 80 miles from Jamaica, shaking people in the Caribbean and as far away as Miami.
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Heavy rains leave dozens dead in Brazil
At least 44 people have been killed after heavy rains hit southeastern Brazil, the country's Civil Defense force said Monday.
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One of Canada's most wanted fugitives arrested in the US after being on the run for nearly 2 decades
Police say Parthasarthie Kapoor has been avoiding law enforcement since 2003 when he was facing charges including sexual assault and the possession of child pornography.
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Glenn Greenwald charged with cybercrimes in Brazil
Brazilian prosecutors filed charges against American journalist Glenn Greenwald Tuesday, alleging he aided in cybercrimes and "helped, encouraged and oriented" hackers who tapped into the phones and messaging apps of some of the country's top officials.
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Arizona tourist reported missing during catamaran tour in Belize, police say
A tourist from Arizona has gone missing while on a catamaran tour on Rendezvous Caye in Belize, police there said Wednesday.
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Things have changed for Venezuela. But they're not what Juan Guaido hoped for
That's the question dogging Juan Guaido as he embarks on another global tour, an uncomfortable mirror of the near-triumphant voyage he took last February in the weeks after declaring himself the rightful interim president of Venezuela.
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Migrants clash with Mexican troops at the Guatemala border
Tensions flared on Mexico's southern border Monday as troops tried to intercept a large group of migrants who'd crossed into the country.
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Residents are digging out of record-breaking snowfall in Newfoundland, Canada
A record-breaking snowfall in Newfoundland, Canada, has left residents with the enormous task of digging themselves out of piles and piles of snow.
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Brazil's former President Lula released from prison
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Relative of a mother massacred in Mexico says killer cartels thrive due to US demand
Nahoma Jensen De LeBaron, the cousin of one of the nine victims of Monday's massacre in the mountains of Mexico, said the cartels they suspect of the attack exist due to the demand for drugs in the United States.
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Former Bolivian president says he'll not run in new elections after bowing to pressure to step down
Bolivia's former President, Evo Morales, said that he is willing to return to the country and not run in the next election for the sake of peace and stability if his resignation is accepted.
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Turkey deports American ISIS suspect back to US
An American ISIS suspect has been deported to the US by plane as part of Turkey's push to repatriate alleged foreign fighters to their home countries, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said Friday.
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