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Pope wades into indigenous conflict telling Chile's Mapuche to shun violence

Pope wades into indigenous conflict telling Chile's Mapuche to shun violence

‘Violence begets violence’ says pope in mass at ex-military base Mapuche activists have attacked churches, vehicles and schoolsPope Francis has denounced the use of violence to achieve political gains
Officials: At Least 33 Bodies Found in Clandestine Mexico Graves

Officials: At Least 33 Bodies Found in Clandestine Mexico Graves

Sniffer dogs led authorities to the grisly discovery of three clandestine graves containing at least 33 bodies in a sugar cane field in Mexico's Pacific coast state of Nayarit, officials said
Canada's use of lengthy solitary confinement in jails is unconstitutional – judge

Canada's use of lengthy solitary confinement in jails is unconstitutional – judge

Campaigners hope the judgment will end the controversial practice under which some inmates have been kept alone for four yearsCanada’s use of prolonged or indefinite solitary confinement in federal
Exclusive: Trump says Terminating NAFTA Would Yield 'Best Deal' in Renegotiations

Exclusive: Trump says Terminating NAFTA Would Yield 'Best Deal' in Renegotiations

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that terminating the North American Free Trade Agreement would result in the "best deal" to revamp the 24-year-old trade pact with Canada and Mexico in
Venezuelan Raid Victims’ Relatives Demand Bodies

Venezuelan Raid Victims’ Relatives Demand Bodies

Relatives of the seven rebels killed in a raid by Venezuelan security forces on Wednesday demanded access to their bodies, which the government has threatened to cremate.The seven, led by rogue police
Selfie held vital clue in murder case

Selfie held vital clue in murder case

Credits Facebook Alt Text selfie killing Weapon used in killing was hidden in a Facebook photo of two friends whose row turned deadly Reaction Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 11:19am At
Mexico border wall: Trump contradicts his chief of staff over plans

Mexico border wall: Trump contradicts his chief of staff over plans

US president says plans have ‘never changed or evolved’, despite remarks by chief of staffDonald Trump has contradicted his chief of staff over proposals for a wall along the southern US border with
Pope Performs Marriage Aboard Plane Between Chilean Cities

Pope Performs Marriage Aboard Plane Between Chilean Cities

Pope Francis on Thursday performed another first, a wedding ceremony for a steward and stewardess, aboard a plane taking him between two Chilean cities.Paula Podest Ruiz, 39, and Carlos Ciuffardi
Poll: World Approval of US Leadership Sinks to New Low

Poll: World Approval of US Leadership Sinks to New Low

The world's appreciation of United States leadership has dropped to a new low since Donald Trump became president one year ago, according to a new Gallup poll.Median admiration of U.S. leadership now
Wing and a prayer: pope marries couple on plane over Chile

Wing and a prayer: pope marries couple on plane over Chile

Cabin crew members ask pontiff for a blessing but Francis instead conducts marriage ceremonyThe bride had walked down the aisle countless times before, usually pushing a trolley of drinks or reheated
Haiti, Belize, Samoa No Longer Eligible for Temporary US Work Visas

Haiti, Belize, Samoa No Longer Eligible for Temporary US Work Visas

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has removed Haiti, Belize, and Samoa from a list of countries whose citizens are eligible for temporary work visas to the United States, the agency
Selfie clue cracks Canada murder case

Selfie clue cracks Canada murder case

A small detail in a photograph led police in Saskatoon to Cheyenne Rose Antoine, who has pleaded guilty to the murder of Brittney GargolPolice in the Canadian city of Saskatoon say a selfie posted on
Pope Defends Chilean Bishop Accused of Covering Up Pedophile Priest Case

Pope Defends Chilean Bishop Accused of Covering Up Pedophile Priest Case

Francis says he will speak when there is proof Bishop Juan Barros concealed abuse of minors
'Married Men' Movie Premiere Draws Miami's Haitian A-Listers

'Married Men' Movie Premiere Draws Miami's Haitian A-Listers

With nearly nine films to his credit, not to mention music videos and commercials, Haitian-born Robenson Lauvince is confident his latest bold and ambitious work will boost the Haitian film industry
Venezuela Talks Stalled Over Remark on Slain Rebel Policeman

Venezuela Talks Stalled Over Remark on Slain Rebel Policeman

A top official's claim that Venezuelan opposition leaders helped reveal the hideout of a rebel police officer who was later killed by security forces stalled talks Thursday on resolving the country's
'Bullshit': Canadian minister blasts lack of diversity in corporate top jobs

'Bullshit': Canadian minister blasts lack of diversity in corporate top jobs

Navdeep Bains says his country’s excuses for not hiring women as leaders is ‘a bunch of bullshit’The Canadian minister responsible for science and economic development has described attempts to
US Officials: MS-13 Gang Is Sending 'Younger, More Violent' Members to America

US Officials: MS-13 Gang Is Sending 'Younger, More Violent' Members to America

Leaders of the Central American street gang MS-13 have a new problem on their hands: their U.S.-based members are not violent enough.The gang, with about 10,000 members in the United States, is
Canada embraces indigenous cuisine, a long-silenced culinary tradition

Canada embraces indigenous cuisine, a long-silenced culinary tradition

A handful of indigenous-owned restaurants that have sprung up in Toronto in recent years hint at changing circumstances The line at the door snaked down the street, eventually spilling out into a
Peru’s Indigenous People Look for an Ally in Pope Francis

Peru’s Indigenous People Look for an Ally in Pope Francis

After lengthy treks through the muddy Amazon, indigenous men, women and children will greet Pope Francis on Friday in a visit to the world’s largest rainforest that native leaders hope will mark a
Georgetown in northern Queensland once part of North America – geologists

Georgetown in northern Queensland once part of North America – geologists

Researchers found rocks in the area 412km west of Cairns were unlike any others in Australia, but similar to those in CanadaGeologists in northern Australia have made a discovery that suggests the