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Emiliano Sala: missing pilot's family raise funds for search

Emiliano Sala: missing pilot's family raise funds for search

David Ibbotson, who was flying light aircraft that crashed in Channel, has not been foundThe family of the missing pilot of the plane carrying the footballer Emiliano Sala have set up a fundraising
Rio declares three days of mourning after fire kills 10 teenage footballers

Rio declares three days of mourning after fire kills 10 teenage footballers

Flamengo president says it is ‘the worst tragedy to happen to the club in its 123 years’Rio de Janeiro has declared three days of mourning as investigators seek to determine the cause of the fire that
UN Ramps Up Humanitarian Aid Inside Venezuela

UN Ramps Up Humanitarian Aid Inside Venezuela

U.N. aid agencies are ramping up humanitarian aid inside Venezuela, while refusing to weigh in on the controversial political situation dividing the country and international community. The United
Top Commander on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

Top Commander on Russia in Venezuela: ‘Anything’s Possible’

The United States should not rule out Russian military involvement in Venezuela, according to the new head of U.S. Southern Command. Speaking exclusively in his first in-depth interview since taking
Mexican Radio Journalist Shot Dead in Tabasco State

Mexican Radio Journalist Shot Dead in Tabasco State

A radio news host in Mexico's Gulf Coast state of Tabasco was shot dead Saturday, officials said, marking the second killing of a journalist this year as the country grapples with record violence.
US Ambassador: Arrests of Canadians in China Unacceptable

US Ambassador: Arrests of Canadians in China Unacceptable

The U.S. ambassador to Canada said Saturday that her country was "deeply concerned" about China's "unlawful" detention of two Canadians. Ambassador Kelly Craft said in a statement to The Associated
Protesters Stone Haitian President's Home, Battle Police

Protesters Stone Haitian President's Home, Battle Police

Protesters stoned the Haitian president's home and clashed with police Saturday, leaving at least one demonstrator dead in the third straight day of demonstrations against economic mismanagement and
US Asks UN to Press Venezuela to Allow Aid, New Election

US Asks UN to Press Venezuela to Allow Aid, New Election

The United States has presented a draft resolution at the United Nations Security Council calling for international aid deliveries and a presidential vote in Venezuela, triggering a Russian
‘Maduro, our amigo’: loyalists in Venezuela cling to their man

‘Maduro, our amigo’: loyalists in Venezuela cling to their man

Protests put Chavista movement in a dilemma – ditch their leader or go down with himIn the final weeks of Hugo Chávez’s life, shattered followers flocked to a palm-dotted square in downtown Caracas to
Mexico border towns overwhelmed as Trump policy leaves migrants in limbo

Mexico border towns overwhelmed as Trump policy leaves migrants in limbo

Caravans receive rough welcomes at towns like Piedras Negras where locals are suspicious and officials struggle to house 1,700 newcomersRows of federal police in riot gear faced the former factory in
Venezuela: Nicolás Maduro’s demise is ‘irreversible’, Trump adviser says

Venezuela: Nicolás Maduro’s demise is ‘irreversible’, Trump adviser says

Top Latin America adviser claims ‘there is not a single scenario’ in which Maduro and his ‘cronies’ are able to retain powerDonald Trump’s top Latin America adviser has claimed “there is not a single
Venezuela’s Guaido Blasts Government Aid Blockade

Venezuela’s Guaido Blasts Government Aid Blockade

Venezuelan leaders may be committing "genocide" by blocking food deliveries, the country's opposition leader and self-declared interim president said Sunday."There are people responsible for this and
As El Chapo deliberations drag on, the unthinkable is asked – can he get off?

As El Chapo deliberations drag on, the unthinkable is asked – can he get off?

Jury has surprised observers and unnerved prosecutors by asking for transcripts of ‘snitch’ witnesses Whatever happens in the jury room in Brooklyn this Monday morning, people outside are starting to
Guaido Calls Blockade of Aid for Venezuela a 'Crime Against Humanity'

Guaido Calls Blockade of Aid for Venezuela a 'Crime Against Humanity'

Juan Guaido, recognized by the United States and some 50 other countries as the interim President of Venezuela, warned the military on Sunday that preventing the entry of humanitarian aid into
US Humanitarian Aid Delivered to Colombia for Venezuelans in Need

US Humanitarian Aid Delivered to Colombia for Venezuelans in Need

Many of the Venezuelans who cross the Simon Bolivar bridge each day between the city of Cucuta in Colombia and the state of Tachira in Venezuela ask, "What's next?" VOA's Cristina Caicedo Smit reports
Russia: Venezuela Hasn't Asked for Military Assistance

Russia: Venezuela Hasn't Asked for Military Assistance

A senior Russian diplomat says Venezuela hasn't asked Russia for military assistance amid the South American country's political crisis.Alexander Shchetinin, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry's
Venezuela's Maduro Seeks OPEC Help Against US Sanctions

Venezuela's Maduro Seeks OPEC Help Against US Sanctions

Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro has sought OPEC support against U.S. sanctions imposed on his country's oil industry, citing their impact on oil prices and potential risks for other members of the producer
Fears Rise in Nicaragua Over New Social Security Overhaul

Fears Rise in Nicaragua Over New Social Security Overhaul

Economists and business people in Nicaragua say a new social security overhaul that will raise payroll taxes and cut pensions threatens to have even more severe effects than a similar one last year
Mexico President Calls for Steps to Keep Power Prices Low

Mexico President Calls for Steps to Keep Power Prices Low

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday contracts private companies have with state-run power utility CFE should be revised to keep electricity prices low, sending shares in one
Angry Haitians Demand Regime Change

Angry Haitians Demand Regime Change

Haiti is on fire — literally and figuratively.Thousands took to the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and other cities nationwide again Monday, calling for President Jovenel Moise's resignation.