U.S. arrested two Yemenis on terror watchlist who tried to cross border from Mexico

U.S. border agents in recent months arrested two Yemeni men on a terror watchlist in separate incidents as they crossed the border with Mexico illegally,...
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Climate change shrinks marine life richness near equator

During some summers, as the Caribbean water temperatures climb, the luminous coral colonies of gold, green and blue that ring the island nation of Cuba...
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‘We want justice!’ Salvadoran woman killed in Mexican police custody is buried

Victoria Salazar, the Salvadoran woman killed in Mexican police custody in the Caribbean beach resort of Tulum and whose death prompted calls for justice from...
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Colombia to extend COVID restrictions as cases rise

Colombia will extend coronavirus restrictions based on intensive care unit occupancy rates, President Ivan Duque said on Sunday, amid rising case numbers. The Andean country,...
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Brazil seeks $1 billion in foreign aid to curb Amazon deforestation by 30-40%

Brazil’s environment minister wants $1 billion in foreign aid from countries including the United States to help reduce deforestation in the Amazon between 30% and...
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Argentine leader Alberto Fernandez is the latest President to test positive for COVID-19

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez has tested positive for the new coronavirus and is in good spirits despite a light fever, the first-term Peronist leader said...
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Sao Paulo exhumes old graves to make space for surging COVID-19 burials

Brazil’s biggest city on Thursday sped up efforts to empty old graves, making room for a soaring number of COVID-19 deaths as Sao Paulo city...
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Chile will close its borders to slow the spread of the coronavirus

Chile will close its borders for the month of April to slow the spread of the coronavirus and stop the influx of its variants, health...
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Coronavirus surge could be worse than the last for the Americas

Countries in the Americas could see a worse surge in coronavirus cases than the previous surge last year, with Brazil, Uruguay and Cuba already suffering...
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More than a million migrants expected at U.S.-Mexico border this year

A top U.S. border official said on Tuesday he expects more than a million migrants will arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border this year, a sign...
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Migrant caravan of hundreds departs in Honduras for United States

Several hundred Hondurans set off for the Guatemalan border on Tuesday, seeking to reach the United States to escape the impact of the coronavirus pandemic...
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Latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19,...
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