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Cancún shooting: five people gunned down in Mexico's tourist hotspot

Cancún shooting: five people gunned down in Mexico's tourist hotspot

Bar attacked near hotel zone amid rising drug-related violence in the Caribbean resort cityFive people have been shot dead and five more wounded in Cancún after gunmen burst into a bar in the Mexican
VOA Latin America Interviews Colombia's Duque

VOA Latin America Interviews Colombia's Duque

Colombian President Ivan Duque, interviewed Saturday by VOA's Latin America Division, discussed the battle against the National Liberation Army in Venezuela and strengthening his country's ties with
US aid for Venezuela arrives in Colombia, but delivery uncertain

US aid for Venezuela arrives in Colombia, but delivery uncertain

Juan Guaidó calls on military to let supplies in, but President Maduro denies any crisis A US military transport plane carrying humanitarian aid meant for Venezuela has landed in the Colombian border
'We won't be trampled on': striking Mexican workers vow to fight the fight

'We won't be trampled on': striking Mexican workers vow to fight the fight

Strikes close or slow production at dozens of assembly plants and factories as workers demand better salariesDespite the winter chill in the air, the mood on the picket line outside the Matamoros
Haiti’s PM Announces Economic Measures Aimed at Resolving Crisis

Haiti’s PM Announces Economic Measures Aimed at Resolving Crisis

Haiti’s Prime Minister Jean-Henry Ceant made a highly-anticipated address to the nation late Saturday in which he detailed measures aimed at resolving the economic crisis that prompted massive
Protests erupt in Brazil after death of black teenager who was restrained

Protests erupt in Brazil after death of black teenager who was restrained

Campaigners say Black Lives Matter movement is emerging after action in five major citiesBrazilian activists have taken to the streets in five major cities after the death of a young black man who was
US Sen. Rubio Warns Venezuela's Maduro not to act Against Opposition

US Sen. Rubio Warns Venezuela's Maduro not to act Against Opposition

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, visiting the Colombia-Venezuela border on Sunday, warned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of severe consequences if he takes action against the country’s opposition leader
Cuba's churches reject gay marriage before vote on new constitution

Cuba's churches reject gay marriage before vote on new constitution

Methodist bishop says ‘historic’ protest is first time since revolution that churches have agreed on a causeMore than 100 married couples dressed in their wedding clothes have gathered on the Malecón
Study of Brazil favela stricken by Zika shows dengue may protect against virus

Study of Brazil favela stricken by Zika shows dengue may protect against virus

Analysis of community where 73% of residents contracted Zika in 2015 offers new clues about epidemicScientists studying the 2015 Zika outbreak in Brazil have discovered that people previously exposed
Colombia's homemade prosthetics – in pictures

Colombia's homemade prosthetics – in pictures

Since 1992, more than 11,500 Colombians have been killed or injured by landmines, a legacy of more than 50 years of internal conflict. Many impoverished amputees without access to the healthcare
Panama Papers ‘tightened the noose’ on offshore assets of Maduro’s inner circle

Panama Papers ‘tightened the noose’ on offshore assets of Maduro’s inner circle

In the wake of the scandal, it became harder to launder money through investment in Panamanian real estate for Venezuelans who grew rich on the back of their political connectionsOn Avenida Balboa,
Barred from Venezuela, European Lawmakers Call for Action

Barred from Venezuela, European Lawmakers Call for Action

Conservative European lawmakers who were barred from entering Venezuela this weekend are urging the European Union's top diplomat to suspend contacts with Nicolas Maduro's government. Esteban Gonzalez
Trump to Warn of 'Dangers of Socialism' in Speech About Venezuela

Trump to Warn of 'Dangers of Socialism' in Speech About Venezuela

U.S. President Donald Trump will warn of "the dangers of socialism" in a speech Monday in support of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who is recognized by the United States as the South
Haiti Police Say US, Other Armed Foreigners Charged with 'Conspiracy'

Haiti Police Say US, Other Armed Foreigners Charged with 'Conspiracy'

Haiti has charged several Americans and other foreign nationals with criminal conspiracy after their arrest with assault rifles and other weapons, the national police said.The group was detained in
‘Mexico’s Alcatraz’ prison to be turned into a cultural centre

‘Mexico’s Alcatraz’ prison to be turned into a cultural centre

Hundreds of inmates will be transferred to make way for Walls of Water arts venueMexico is to close one of the world’s last remaining prison islands and turn it into a cultural centre named for a
'Air Cocaine' drug-trafficking trial begins in France

'Air Cocaine' drug-trafficking trial begins in France

Two former military pilots, a customs officer and celebrity bodyguard among the accused Sitting on the asphalt at Punta Cana international airport in the Dominican Republic, the private plane was
Haitians Seek Water, Food as Businesses Reopen After Protest

Haitians Seek Water, Food as Businesses Reopen After Protest

Businesses and government offices slowly reopened across Haiti on Monday after more than a week of violent demonstrations over prices that have doubled for food, gas and other basic goods in recent
Pope Francis Lifts Suspension on Nicaraguan Priest, Poet

Pope Francis Lifts Suspension on Nicaraguan Priest, Poet

Pope Francis has lifted the suspension imposed in 1983 on Nicaraguan priest and poet Ernesto Cardenal, the Vatican's ambassador to Nicaragua said in a statement Monday.Nuncio Waldemar Stanislaw
Ditch Maduro or lose everything, Trump tells Venezuelan army

Ditch Maduro or lose everything, Trump tells Venezuelan army

President speaks to US-based Venezuelans in MiamiMaduro accuses Trump of ‘almost Nazi style’ languageDonald Trump has directly appealed to the Venezuelan military to support opposition leader Juan
Mexican President Will Not 'Confront' Church Over Sex Abuse Claims

Mexican President Will Not 'Confront' Church Over Sex Abuse Claims

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday he would not confront the country's Catholic Church over sexual abuse allegations and that it would fall to the prosecutor's office to