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Haitian President to People: ‘I Hear You’

Haitian President to People: ‘I Hear You’

Haitian President Jovenel Moise has broken his silence after eight days of violent protests during which protesters demanded his resignation.“I hear you,” Moise said in an evening address to the
Is the US about to invade Venezuela?

Is the US about to invade Venezuela?

Description Anti-Trump protesters outside the Bank of England after it froze assets held by Venezuela Credits Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images Cuba claims US special forces are planning to
Neighbors Mull Ways to Get Aid Into Venezuela

Neighbors Mull Ways to Get Aid Into Venezuela

Venezuelans and their neighbors are looking for ways to get desperately needed humanitarian aid into Venezuela. The country's disputed President Nicolas Maduro has ordered a blockade at the border
Venezuela: Juan Guaidó denies bid to unseat Maduro has failed

Venezuela: Juan Guaidó denies bid to unseat Maduro has failed

Opposition leader says he believes movement for change in the country is irreversibleThe Venezuelan opposition leader spearheading efforts to unseat Nicolás Maduro has rejected his rival’s claim that
Asylum-Seekers in US Head for Tiny Canadian Border Town

Asylum-Seekers in US Head for Tiny Canadian Border Town

Where the U.S. north-central states of North Dakota and Minnesota come together at the Red River, there sits across the border in Canada, the tiny town of Emerson, Manitoba. In recent years, a number
Vogue Brazil director resigns over birthday photos evoking slavery

Vogue Brazil director resigns over birthday photos evoking slavery

Images show Donata Meirelles, who is white, sitting on a throne-like seat flanked by four black women dressed in white The fashion director of the Brazilian edition of Vogue has resigned after photos
The ‘war on drugs’ is causing great damage | Letters

The ‘war on drugs’ is causing great damage | Letters

Readers discuss whether the ‘war’ is the right way to combat the violence fuelled by the drugs tradeYou recently set out in detail the catastrophic consequences of the current “war on drugs”
Brazil mine disaster: police arrest eight employees of mining company

Brazil mine disaster: police arrest eight employees of mining company

The Vale employees arrested on Friday were responsible for the security and stability of the Brumadinho damBrazilian police have arrested eight employees of mining company Vale SA as part of a
Trump declares national emergency to build US-Mexico border wall

Trump declares national emergency to build US-Mexico border wall

Activists file first legal complaint against plan that would divert funds from PentagonSign up for the US morning briefingDonald Trump has defied fierce criticism to announce that he is using
Canada police rebuke public for complaining about late-night alert on murdered girl

Canada police rebuke public for complaining about late-night alert on murdered girl

An emergency mobile phone alert about an abducted child resulted in a barrage of angry calls to policePolice in Canada have issued a rare rebuke to the public after a late-night emergency mobile phone
US Raises Pressure on Maduro With Sanctions, Aid Airlift

US Raises Pressure on Maduro With Sanctions, Aid Airlift

The United States ratcheted up pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Friday by sanctioning some of his top security officials and the head of the state oil company, and unveiling plans to
Lawmaker: Citibank Is Urged to Freeze Gold Swap With Maduro

Lawmaker: Citibank Is Urged to Freeze Gold Swap With Maduro

The team of Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido is asking Citibank not to claim gold that was put up as collateral for a loan to the government of President Nicolas Maduro in a swap expiring in
El Salvador supreme court overturns 30-year sentence for a teen rape victim

El Salvador supreme court overturns 30-year sentence for a teen rape victim

Evelyn Beatríz Hernández Cruz, 19, was found guilty in July 2017 of aggravated homicide after having a stillbirthEl Salvador’s supreme court has overturned a 30-year sentence for a teenage rape victim
Haitians Continue to Protest, Despite Plea From President

Haitians Continue to Protest, Despite Plea From President

Hundreds of Haitians protested in the streets of the capital, Port- au-Prince, for the ninth consecutive day Friday, despite the president's assurances that he understands their pain and is working
US Military Delivers Aid to Colombia-Venezuela Border

US Military Delivers Aid to Colombia-Venezuela Border

More than 200 tons of U.S. humanitarian aid intended for Venezuela is scheduled to begin arriving just across the border in Colombia Saturday, delivered by U.S. military cargo planes.The aid will be
A Spiny Necked Dinosaur Wows in Argentina

A Spiny Necked Dinosaur Wows in Argentina

The ancient world of dinosaurs was a strange and dangerous place. Many of the animals that roamed the earth during the Cretaceous period 140 million years ago were all teeth and claws and spines. But
Tricked, abducted and killed: the last day of two child migrants in Mexico

Tricked, abducted and killed: the last day of two child migrants in Mexico

The deaths show the vulnerability of migrants forced to ‘remain in Mexico’ under new US policy for asylum seekers On a Saturday afternoon in December, three Honduran boys walked out through the gates
Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

Roma: Yalitza Aparicio says she is proud of her roots after actor's racist slur

Aparicio, the first indigenous woman to be nominated for a best actress Oscar, responds to Sergio Goyri’s ‘fucking Indian’ remarkThe Oscar-nominated Mexican actor Yalitza Aparicio, who stars in the
US Military Planes Head for Venezuela With Aid

US Military Planes Head for Venezuela With Aid

The U.S. Air Force has begun flying tons of aid to a Colombian town on the Venezuelan border as part of an effort meant to undermine socialist President Nicolas Maduro. The first of three C-17 cargo
Haitian Protesters Plan to Return to Streets Sunday

Haitian Protesters Plan to Return to Streets Sunday

Life in Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, and its suburbs slowly began to return to normal Saturday after days of demonstrations against the country's president and economic problems.Public