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El Chapo's lawyers request new trial after report of juror misconduct

El Chapo's lawyers request new trial after report of juror misconduct

Allegations emerged this week that jury members followed media coverage of high profile trial, despite orders not toLawyers for convicted drug trafficker Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán intend to petition
UNHCR: Keep Borders Open for Venezuelans Seeking Protection

UNHCR: Keep Borders Open for Venezuelans Seeking Protection

Thousands of Venezuelan refugees and migrants are leaving the country every day in search of a better life, the United Nations refugee agency reports.The agency has not weighed in on the decision by
Puerto Rico quietly abandons plan to move thousands of prisoners to Arizona

Puerto Rico quietly abandons plan to move thousands of prisoners to Arizona

US territory announced last year it would move 3,200 inmates but now concedes contract for transfers hasn’t been signedPuerto Rico’s controversial plan to send thousands of inmates to a private prison
Venezuela Opposition Leader Guaido Appears at Aid Concert

Venezuela Opposition Leader Guaido Appears at Aid Concert

Defying orders banning him from leaving the country, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan made a surprise appearance at a star-studded aid concert in neighboring Colombia, joining thousands of other
Interview with Hailtian businessman Reginald Boulos

Interview with Hailtian businessman Reginald Boulos

In an interview with VOA, Haitian businessman Reginald Boulos said he doesn't take issue with the Americans leaving Haiti, but rather that officials claimed not to be aware of their departure.
US Ambassador Expresses Support for Haitian President Moise

US Ambassador Expresses Support for Haitian President Moise

U.S. Ambassador Michele Sison expressed support Friday for Haiti's President Jovenel Moise, who has been the focus of two weeks of nationwide protests calling for his resignation."We have always
Venezuela: at least four dead and hundreds injured in border standoff

Venezuela: at least four dead and hundreds injured in border standoff

Presidential challenger Juan Guaidó says he will urge foreign leaders to keep ‘all options open’ at a meeting on MondayAt least four people have been killed and hundreds injured in a wave of violence
Photographer Graciela Iturbide: ‘I notice the pain as well as the beauty’

Photographer Graciela Iturbide: ‘I notice the pain as well as the beauty’

Iturbide’s images of her native Mexico, exploring religion, ritual and unexpected surprises, are showcased in a new book and exhibition Graciela Iturbide was out with her camera in a provincial
Guaidó: military should disown leader who burns food in front of the hungry – as it happened

Guaidó: military should disown leader who burns food in front of the hungry – as it happened

Maduro declares he is severing ties with ColombiaAt least three aid trucks near the Colombian border were burnedAt least four dead and dozens injured in border violence 3.56am GMT We’re going to wrap
Aid Enters Venezuela Despite Blockade by Government Troops

Aid Enters Venezuela Despite Blockade by Government Troops

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has announced the first shipment of humanitarian aid has arrived in Venezuela from its southern border with Brazil."This is a great achievement, Venezuela!"
Venezuela: Four dead and hundreds injured in border clashes – video report

Venezuela: Four dead and hundreds injured in border clashes – video report

Government forces and opposition activists have clashed in Venezuelan border regions amid president Nicolás Maduro's ban on aid entering the country.Hundreds of Venezuelans and Colombians gathered at
Guaido: ‘We Must Have All Options’ to Free Venezuela

Guaido: ‘We Must Have All Options’ to Free Venezuela

At least four civilians were killed Saturday as Venezuelan security forces clashed with demonstrators at the border with Brazil over deliveries of humanitarian aid.“Today’s events force me to make a
In pictures: violent clashes on the Venezuelan border

In pictures: violent clashes on the Venezuelan border

Volunteers attempt to get aid inside country but trucks stopped just meters inside Venezuelan territoryReport: at least four dead and dozens injuredLiveblog: national guard and protesters clashVideo
Thousands mourn seven Syrian siblings killed in Canada fire

Thousands mourn seven Syrian siblings killed in Canada fire

Refugee children from four months to 15 years old perished in as-yet unexplained blaze at their home in HalifaxAround 2,000 mourners attended the funeral on Saturday of seven children from a Syrian
Cuba’s evangelical alliance leads crusade against gay marriage

Cuba’s evangelical alliance leads crusade against gay marriage

Conservative Christianity becomes a political force in referendum on state’s new constitutionA thousand parishioners gathered in the Methodist church in the Vedado district of Cuba’s capital on a
UN: Criminalization of Dissent in Nicaragua Worsens Unrest

UN: Criminalization of Dissent in Nicaragua Worsens Unrest

U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet is expressing alarm at growing repression in Nicaragua and warns the increasing criminalization of dissent is promoting political and social instability in
Venezuela: Guaidó wants 'all options' open as he meets Pence

Venezuela: Guaidó wants 'all options' open as he meets Pence

Opposition leader to meet US vice-president on Monday as analysts warn of risk of armed conflict Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is set to meet US Vice-President Mike Pence on Monday, after
US Looking for New Ways to Get Aid into Venezuela

US Looking for New Ways to Get Aid into Venezuela

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. is looking for ways to get humanitarian assistance into Venezuela, after troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro repelled aid trucks in clashes at the
'Venezuelan blood is being spilled': tension flares near border with Brazil

'Venezuelan blood is being spilled': tension flares near border with Brazil

While the world watches supporters of Guaidó and Maduro at the Colombian frontier, a remote region sees days of drama and fearOn Saturday, presidents, music stars and activists backing the Venezuelan
Cuba Votes on Updated Constitution, Accepts Private Property

Cuba Votes on Updated Constitution, Accepts Private Property

Cubans voted Sunday on a new constitution that expands recognition of private property and updates a Soviet bloc-era charter for the socialist nation.The new document, which had been tweaked after a