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Mexican Governor: Feds Withhold Funds on Corruption Probe

Mexican Governor: Feds Withhold Funds on Corruption Probe

The governor of the northern Mexico state of Chihuahua claimed Monday that federal authorities have refused to disperse millions of dollars in funding because of a state investigation into possible
Puerto Rico Police Chief Resigns as Killings, Absences Spike

Puerto Rico Police Chief Resigns as Killings, Absences Spike

Puerto Rico's first female police chief resigned Monday amid a spike in killings while thousands of officers continue to call in sick to protest the lack of overtime pay.The island's governor said
Ecuador to Probe Legality of Debt Under Ex-president Correa

Ecuador to Probe Legality of Debt Under Ex-president Correa

Ecuador's comptroller's office on Monday announced it will open an audit of debt contracted in the last five years of the government of former President Rafael Correa to determine the legality of the
AP Interview: Tillerson Says No Diplomats Return to Cuba Yet

AP Interview: Tillerson Says No Diplomats Return to Cuba Yet

The United States would be "putting people intentionally in harm's way" if it sent diplomats back to Cuba, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says in an Associated Press interview , even as a new FBI
Venezuela opposition looks to military to oust Maduro. Dream on

Venezuela opposition looks to military to oust Maduro. Dream on

Having failed to dislodge President Nicolás Maduro, the opposition is openly talking of a coup but mutual benefit links the military with the ruling partyNow that anti-government protests in Venezuela
US to Further Probe 'Health Attacks' Against Diplomats in Cuba

US to Further Probe 'Health Attacks' Against Diplomats in Cuba

Under pressure from U.S. lawmakers, the U.S. State Department said Tuesday Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will convene an accountability review board to probe the health attacks on 24 American
Venezuela Extends Trade Ban With 3 Caribbean Islands

Venezuela Extends Trade Ban With 3 Caribbean Islands

Venezuela has extended its ban on air and maritime ties with three nearby Dutch Caribbean islands, citing out of control smuggling, officials said Tuesday. Venezuela is pressing for high-level talks
Julian Assange's stay in London embassy untenable, says Ecuador

Julian Assange's stay in London embassy untenable, says Ecuador

South American country that has housed WikiLeaks founder for five years says it is seeking mediator to end impasse with UKEcuador’s foreign minister has said Julian Assange’s five-and-a-half-year stay
The other Fire and Fury: decade-old book becomes unexpected bestseller

The other Fire and Fury: decade-old book becomes unexpected bestseller

A tome about allied bombing of Germany during the second world war that has the same title as Michael Wolff’s Trump exposé has received a bump in salesWhen it was released 10 years ago, Randall
Mexico Records 6.77 Percent Inflation Rate in 2017, a 17-year High

Mexico Records 6.77 Percent Inflation Rate in 2017, a 17-year High

Mexico recorded 6.77 percent annual inflation in 2017, the country said Tuesday, more than double its 3 percent target and a 17-year high. The government's National Institute of Statistics and
Lootings, Scattered Protests Hit Venezuelan Industrial City

Lootings, Scattered Protests Hit Venezuelan Industrial City

A second day of lootings and scattered street protests hit the Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela on Tuesday, as unrest grows in the once-booming industrial city plagued with food shortages and
US investigating 'viral' attack as possible source of diplomats' illness in Cuba

US investigating 'viral' attack as possible source of diplomats' illness in Cuba

State department tells Senate says no evidence of mass hysteria foundCuba criticises use of word ‘attacks with ZERO evidence to prove it’US investigators are looking at a range of theories – including
Salvadoran Immigrants Anxious About Trump Immigration Decision

Salvadoran Immigrants Anxious About Trump Immigration Decision

More than 260,000 immigrants from El Salvador are full of anxiety and questions after the Trump administration said it was ending their authorization to stay in the country.When their Temporary
Peru's Kuczynski Reshuffles Cabinet After Fujimori Uproar

Peru's Kuczynski Reshuffles Cabinet After Fujimori Uproar

Peruvian center-right President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski replaced nearly half of his 19-member Cabinet on Tuesday, after back-to-back crises in his government last month triggered political resignations
Venezuela's Congress Declares 'Petro' Cryptocurrency Illegal

Venezuela's Congress Declares 'Petro' Cryptocurrency Illegal

Venezuela's opposition-run parliament on Tuesday outlawed a "petro" cryptocurrency promoted by socialist President Nicolas Maduro, calling it an effort to illegally mortgage the cash-strapped
Trudeau suggests meeting with Joshua Boyle prior to arrest raised no red flags

Trudeau suggests meeting with Joshua Boyle prior to arrest raised no red flags

Canadian prime minister faces questions over his meeting with former hostage, less than two weeks before he was arrested on charges including sexual assault Justin Trudeau has suggested that security

Strong Quake in Caribbean Sea Shakes Honduras, Mexico and Belize

An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 that struck near remote islands belonging to Honduras on Tuesday was felt across northern Central America, prompting a tsunami warning for parts of the Caribbean.The
Honduras tsunami alert after 7.6-magnitude earthquake in Caribbean

Honduras tsunami alert after 7.6-magnitude earthquake in Caribbean

Earlier tsunami threat to Puerto Rico and the US and British Virgin Islands is cancelled after powerful and shallow quakeAn earthquake of magnitude 7.6 that struck in the Caribbean sea on Tuesday was
US Lawmakers Say Cuba Knows Who is Behind 'Bizarre' Attacks on Diplomats

US Lawmakers Say Cuba Knows Who is Behind 'Bizarre' Attacks on Diplomats

Under pressure from U.S. lawmakers, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will convene an accountability review board to probe the health attacks on 24 American diplomatic personnel in Cuba. At a
'I cry most days': former NHS nurse, 83, denied visa to visit family in UK

'I cry most days': former NHS nurse, 83, denied visa to visit family in UK

Icilda Williams, who worked in Britain for 30 years before retiring to Jamaica in 1996, has repeatedly been refused entryAn 83-year-old widowed nurse who worked for the NHS for 30 years before