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At Least 3 Dead, 16 Injured in Venezuela Unrest Over Food

At Least 3 Dead, 16 Injured in Venezuela Unrest Over Food

Two days of protests and looting in western Venezuela over food shortages have left at least three people dead and 16 more injured.The mayor of Arapuey in the state of Merida tells El Universal
US ambassador to Panama quits and says he cannot serve under Trump

US ambassador to Panama quits and says he cannot serve under Trump

John Feeley writes letter of resignation and will quit on 9 MarchFeeley says he signed an oath to ‘serve faithfully’ but can no longer do soThe US ambassador to Panama, has resigned, telling the US
Trump denies 'shithole countries' remark but senator asserts he said it

Trump denies 'shithole countries' remark but senator asserts he said it

Trump said he had used ‘tough language’ but denies using specific phraseSenator who attended meeting: Trump’s remarks ‘hateful, vile and racist’Donald Trump denied on Friday that he used the phrase
UN Official: Trump's Vulgar Comments on Africa, Haiti Shameful

UN Official: Trump's Vulgar Comments on Africa, Haiti Shameful

The U.N. human rights office has sharply criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's vulgar comments on migrants from Africa and Haiti, calling them shocking and shameful.Trump's reportedly crude
World Reacts to Trump's Vulgar Immigration Comment

World Reacts to Trump's Vulgar Immigration Comment

President Donald Trump's vulgar comments to U.S. lawmakers explaining his opposition to Haitian and African migrants has sparked outrage and condemnation at home and abroad.U.N. human rights spokesman
Toronto: 11-year-old Muslim girl 'terrified' after man cuts her hijab

Toronto: 11-year-old Muslim girl 'terrified' after man cuts her hijab

Pressure mounts on Canadian governments to tackle Islamophobia, as police investigate ‘cowardly’ attack on girl while she was walking to schoolToronto police are investigating an attack on an
Trump Under Fire From Countries He Reportedly Deemed 'S---holes'

Trump Under Fire From Countries He Reportedly Deemed 'S---holes'

The U.S. president is in hot water once again — this time on an international stage — following his reported use of a vulgarity that disparaged poorer nations during a discussion on immigration
Trump-Trudeau love-in threatened as Canada attacks US over trade

Trump-Trudeau love-in threatened as Canada attacks US over trade

After months of trying to get Trump on side, Canada ‘drops the gloves’ by filing trade complaint – but will the decision merely inflame economic tensions?The charm offensive was already under way
Trump-Trudeau love-in threatened as Canada attacks US over trade

Trump-Trudeau love-in threatened as Canada attacks US over trade

After months of trying to get Trump on side, Canada ‘drops the gloves’ by filing trade complaint – but will the decision merely inflame economic tensions?The charm offensive was already under way
Report: Traffic Fatalities Hold Back Developing Economies

Report: Traffic Fatalities Hold Back Developing Economies

Deadly traffic accidents are more than just individual tragedies. They're a drag on economic growth in developing countries, according to a new World Bank report.The study is among the first to show
Women deported by Trump face  deadly welcome from street gangs in El Salvador

Women deported by Trump face deadly welcome from street gangs in El Salvador

Hundreds of young women are killed every year and many face sexual violence in the world’s most dangerous land. Now the president wants to send 200,000 more Salvadorans back homeInside an apartment
Legal marijuana cuts violence says US study, as medical-use laws see crime fall

Legal marijuana cuts violence says US study, as medical-use laws see crime fall

Murder and violent crime found to have decreased most in states bordering Mexico as drug cartels lose business to regulationThe introduction of medical marijuana laws has led to a sharp reduction in
Guatemalan Congressman Charged in Reporters’ Murders

Guatemalan Congressman Charged in Reporters’ Murders

Julio Juarez Ramirez is accused of plotting the murders of two journalists in 2015The Guatemala attorney general’s office confirmed Saturday the arrest of congressman Julio Juarez Ramirez, who is
UN Willing to Help Colombia Care for Venezuelans

UN Willing to Help Colombia Care for Venezuelans

The United Nations is willing to send more resources to Colombia to help the Andean country care for hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans fleeing food shortages and economic devastation in their
Journalist Killed in Mexican Border State

Journalist Killed in Mexican Border State

A journalist was killed Saturday in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas, and authorities said they were investigating to see if his death is related to his work.Carlos Dominguez Rodriguez was slain
Brazil's far-right presidential contender gets soft drink named after him

Brazil's far-right presidential contender gets soft drink named after him

Drinks company names new energy drink ‘Bolsomito’ after Jair Bolsonaro ‘Trump is doing an excellent job. That is the job we want in Brazil’Brazil’s extreme rightwing presidential candidate Jair
Pope Heads to Chile, Peru to Focus on Indigenous People

Pope Heads to Chile, Peru to Focus on Indigenous People

Pope Francis visits Chile and Peru next week, a trip that was meant to focus on the concerns of indigenous people, but is likely to be overshadowed by the Church’s sex abuse scandal in Chile and
Peru: One Killed in 7.1 Earthquake

Peru: One Killed in 7.1 Earthquake

A magnitude 7.1 earthquake has left at least one person dead and dozens injured in Peru on Sunday.The early morning quake was centered 40 kilometers from Acari in the Arequipa department of
‘We will survive Mr Trump’: Haitian Americans reject Oval Office slur

‘We will survive Mr Trump’: Haitian Americans reject Oval Office slur

The president called the country they came from a ‘shithole’ and removed protected status for some. There is fear – but also a determination to forgiveRony Ponthieux hasn’t had too much time to be
Mexican journalist killed in violent border city is latest press casualty

Mexican journalist killed in violent border city is latest press casualty

Carlos Domínguez, 77, attacked on Saturday afternoon in Nuevo LaredoAt least 10 reporters, several who covered cartels, died in Mexico in 2017A Mexican journalist was killed while driving through a