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Saturday, Jun 23

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Bodies may be those of missing journalists

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Authorities in Colombia and Ecuador are working to determine if bodies discovered Thursday are of an Ecuadorian press team abducted along the Colombian border with Ecuador.

Friday, Jun 22

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8-year-old clings to her mom as they talk about fears of separation

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Kensi Hernandez is 8 years old and has dreams of being a doctor. She's quiet and shy, fidgeting with her bracelets as she talks.

Thursday, Jun 21

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These migrants are undeterred: 'It's been too long a journey to give up now'

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At the Senda de Vida shelter, a few miles south of the border with McAllen, Texas, many of the 50 or so migrants contemplating their next moves seemed undeterred by a Trump administration zero-tolerance policy that resulted in thousands of…

Wednesday, Jun 20

How bad is it in the countries families are fleeing? This bad

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We've been bombarded by arguments about whether parents and children crossing the US-Mexican border without documentation should be separated. But we seldom hear how dire life is in these migrants' homelands.

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Justin Trudeau Fast Facts

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Read CNN's Fast Facts on Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada.

Tuesday, Jun 19

22

Mexico's foreign minister blasts 'cruel and inhumane' US immigration policy

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Mexico's foreign minister on Tuesday added his voice to the chorus condemning the Trump administration's separation of children from their parents at the southern US border, calling the policy "cruel and inhumane."

Monday, Jun 18

12

Ivan Duque wins Colombia's presidency as opponent concedes

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Colombians on Sunday cast their ballots in the second round of the presidential election, choosing between conservative candidate Ivan Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro.

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Did World Cup goal celebration trigger an 'artificial earthquake' in Mexico?

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A tweet about an artificial earthquake in Mexico City, during the World Cup game went viral. But none of the official monitoring agencies picked up on it.

Sunday, Jun 17

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Tear-gas in nightclub brawl leaves 17 dead

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At least 17 people, including eight minors, were killed Saturday after a partygoer detonated a tear-gas canister setting off a stampede inside a nightclub in Caracas, Venezuela, authorities said.

Saturday, Jun 16

12

Nicaragua agrees to international probe into deadly protests

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The Nicaraguan government has agreed to an international investigation into protests that have left dozens of people dead since April.

Friday, Jun 15

21

'Mummers' making a comeback

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Every December in St. John's, Newfoundland, people parade the streets wearing creepy masks, fake horse heads and their underwear on the outside.

Thursday, Jun 14

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Argentina's lower house of Congress approves abortion bill

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The Argentine Chamber of Deputies voted Thursday morning to legalize elective abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

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El Salvador gangs use women's bodies for 'revenge'

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Women in El Salvador's brutal gang culture are forced to act as drug mules, carers for abandoned children, and subjected to violent gang initiations such as rape.

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Argentina's Congress debating whether to liberalize abortion laws

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Thousands of people flooded the streets around Argentina's Congress on Wednesday as lawmakers inside were locked in a tense debate over whether to relax the nation's highly restrictive abortion laws.

Tuesday, Jun 12

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José Andrés is at it again! He's feeding thousands in Guatemala after the volcano eruption

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Armed with tamales and a whole team of volunteers, renowned chef José Andrés traveled to Guatemala four days after the eruption of Fuego volcano, to feed the masses.

Sunday, Jun 10

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Mexican politician campaigning against crime seen killed on video

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The Mexican congressional candidate had just left a debate hall where he addressed public security in his northern state. He walks over to a person holding a phone and poses for a picture. In a matter of seconds, a man walks up from behind…

Friday, Jun 8

04

Baby rescued from volcano rubble reunited with family

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The infant survived Fuego's eruption, but police thought her mother died in a hospital. Then came good news.

Thursday, Jun 7

23

18 of her relatives are missing or dead

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Her eyes brimming with tears, Teresa de Jesus Barillas recites the names of her 18 relatives who are missing or dead days after the Fuego volcano erupted in Guatemala, leaving nearly 100 people dead and scores more missing.

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How to help Guatemala recover from volcano

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Organizations and online campaigns are helping the victims of the Fuego volcano's eruption in Guatemala.

Bermuda's Supreme Court restores same-sex marriage

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Advocacy groups have welcomed this week's ruling from Bermuda's Supreme Court that a new law replacing same-sex marriage with domestic partnerships is unconstitutional.

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Torn from their families and deported to a gang-ravaged homeland

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Thousands of Salvadorans living in the US are being sent back as part of a crackdown on migration. Many are ending up in gang-ridden cities they escaped years earlier.

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Satellite images show the destruction

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The images show a town buried, nearly obliterated, by Sunday's deadly volcanic eruption in Guatemala that's claimed over 90 lives.

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Homes are buried in ash and he still can't find his wife

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Ovidio García Suárez was born and raised in the shadow of Guatemala's Fuego volcano. He has lived through plenty of volcanic activity in his 64 years, he says -- but nothing like this.

Wednesday, Jun 6

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Guatemalans struggle to recover the dead buried by volcano eruption

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Eva Ascón is coming to terms with a gut-wrenching scenario: Her parents, brothers, sisters, six nieces and nephews and other relatives have been missing since Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted near their homes, and their survival looks…

Tuesday, Jun 5

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Rescuers brave scalding ash as Guatemala volcano toll rises

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Rescuers braved scalding ash and the risk of mudslides and more explosions to retrieve survivors and dead bodies as the death toll from Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption rises.

Monday, Jun 4

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Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts, killing at least 25

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Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption killed dozens and left dazed residents covered in ash as they searched for loved ones.

Thursday, May 31

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Protests on Nicaragua's Mother's Day turn deadly

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A march honoring Nicaraguans killed in violence surrounding recent anti-government demonstrations also ended in bloodshed Wednesday -- the country's Mother's Day.

Wednesday, May 30

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Nicaragua using 'shoot to kill' strategy on protesters, Amnesty says

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Nicaragua has instituted a "shoot to kill" policy in dealing with protests that has resulted in an "alarming number of deaths," according to an investigation by Amnesty International.

Monday, May 28

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Brazil's President concedes to striking truckers' demands

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Brazil's President has announced he will concede to truck drivers' demands after a week-long strike that has paralyzed much of the country.

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Colombia's presidential election heads to runoff

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Colombia's presidential election will head to a runoff next month, since no candidate won 50% of the vote.