Firefighters subdue deadly blaze at key oil facility in Cuba

HAVANA (AP) — A deadly fire that consumed at least half of a large oil storage facility in western Cuba and threatened to bring more...
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US policy known as ‘Remain in Mexico’ has ended

The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that it ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court,...
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Happy International Cat Day: Why is it celebrated three days every year?

The cat is the most popular and most loved feline by people, so of course, it has its own international day of recognition, although as...
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Fire at Cuba oil facility spreads as 3rd tank ignites

HAVANA (AP) — A deadly fire that began at a large oil storage facility in western Cuba spread Monday after flames enveloped a third tank...
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Archie Battersbee, the British boy who suffered injuries and slipped into a coma doing a social media challenge, has died

Hollie Dance, the mother of Archie Battersbee, stood outside the hospital after doctors turned off her son’s life support, calling herself the “proudest mother in...
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Major fire spreads at Cuban fuel storage facility hit by lightning

HAVANA, Aug 6 (Reuters) – A second fuel storage tank near Cuba’s supertanker port in Matanzas exploded on Saturday morning following a blaze that burned...
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US pauses plans for new border walls at oceanfront park

The Biden administration on Thursday agreed to pause plans for a double border wall that critics say would effectively destroy a 51-year-old oceanfront park that...
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Colorado police looking for a man who tried to burn two people for speaking Spanish

Through social networks, the Aurora Police Department, in the state of Colorado, USA, has asked citizens for support to identify a man accused of hate...
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Thousands of dead migrant seabirds wash up on Canada shore, avian flu suspected

TORONTO, July 28 (Reuters) – The carcasses of thousands of migrant seabirds have washed up on the shores of eastern Canada this week and preliminary...
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The sale of migrant slaves to American ranchers is a multi-million dollar business

Like cattle, dozens, perhaps hundreds, of undocumented migrants are “bought” by ranchers from the United States on a daily basis, in a modern slavery scheme....
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Inflation: Latin America’s poor struggle to afford basic foods

No item is more essential to Mexican dinner tables than the corn tortilla. But the burst of inflation that is engulfing Latin America and the...
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Latin American nations ease restrictions as COVID cases drop

Colombians will soon be going to movie theaters without having to wear face masks. Chile opens its borders next week for the first time in...
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