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Pro-life organizations are protesting against abortion in Zihuatanejo boat

By Francisca Meza Carranza | Zihuatanejo (Mexico)-organizations pro-life today protested against abortion and the visit of the ship of the Dutch organization Women on Waves...

Dominican journalists shot dead during live radio broadcast

Santo Domingo (AFP) - Two journalists were shot dead during a live radio broadcast in the Dominican Republic, police and media said. Unidentified attackers burst...

Former Haiti coup leader, wanted in US, arrested

Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Onetime Haiti coup leader Guy Philippe, who has long been wanted by US authorities on drug trafficking charges but was recently...

Venezuela president names new potential successor

Caracas (AFP) - Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro named an ex-security minister Wednesday as his vice-president, who would become head of state if Maduro were...

Haiti’s president-elect faces daunting challenges

Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Jovenel Moise, the winner of Haiti's presidential elections, now faces the daunting challenge of leading a desperately poor and politically-divided Caribbean...

Puerto Rico’s new gov promises immediate push for statehood

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's new governor was sworn in Monday, promising an immediate push for statehood in a territory facing...

In Venezuela, lynchings kill one person every three days: report

By Andreina Aponte | CARACAS (Reuters) - Roughly one person is being lynched in crisis-ridden Venezuela every three days as frustrated residents take revenge on...

Ex-Argentine leader Fernandez indicted, tied to nuns and guns scandal

By Hugh Bronstein | BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez was indicted on Tuesday on charges she ran a corruption scheme with...

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