The announcements came as anti-Maduro protests drew hundreds of thousands of people into Venezuelan streets in the strongest challenge to him since he took office in 2013.

“I don’t want to lose my life for this,” says an Arkansas woman infected during a weight-loss procedure.

Carlos Fernando Chamorro had accused the government of using increasingly authoritarian tactics to purge Nicaragua of dissent.

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The blast north of Mexico City came amid a crackdown against oil theft.

The attack may doom already stalled peace talks between the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army.

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Colombian drug trafficker Alex Cifuentes said in a Brooklyn courtroom that the money was delivered via an intermediary.

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The move by Jair Bolsonaro pleased his base, but critics say it will worsen an already high crime rate. 

An estimated 2,000 migrants began their long trek toward the U.S.-Mexio border.

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In Venezuela, a David vs. Goliath story.

“Moving to Canada” is no longer a punchline — it’s a business plan.

The last group is widely seen as a success, even though thousands of its members are still stuck in Tijuana.

But President Nicolás Maduro has proven resilient through economic free fall and increasingly international isolation.

Since taking office, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has taken a cautious approach to his counterpart, in an apparently calculated move.

There are mile-long lines at filling stations. In some states, public transportation has been halted.

Despite escalating chaos and misery, the president is in a relatively strong position vis-a-vis his opposition.

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