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Cuba sees biggest protests for decades as pandemic adds to woes

Chanting “freedom” and calling for President Miguel Diaz-Canel to step down, thousands of Cubans joined street protests from Havana to Santiago on Sunday in the...
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Gunmen assassinate Haitian president in home, state of emergency declared

Haitian President Jovenel Moise was shot dead by gunmen with heavy-caliber weapons in his private residence overnight on Wednesday, sparking an international outcry amid fears...
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Helicopter carrying Colombia’s President Duque struck by bullets in attack

BOGOTA, June 25 (Reuters) – A helicopter carrying Colombia’s President Ivan Duque and others was struck by multiple bullets in an attack on Friday, he...
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Silent catastrophe: Latin America is losing the battle against COVID-19

While the US and Europe celebrate a return to near-normal, the reopening of tourist routes and even put an expiration date on the use of...
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Drop in Havana COVID-19 cases boosts hopes Cuban vaccines working

HAVANA, June 17 (Reuters) – Coronavirus infections have halved in Havana since authorities started administering Cuba’s experimental vaccines en masse in the capital a month...
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U.S. Government issues new warning for travel to Mexico

The United States Department of State (DoS) updated its annual travel alert to Mexico on Thursday, June 17, 2021, in which it recommended its citizens...
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Car bomb explosion at Colombia military base injures 36

A car bomb explosion at a military base in the Colombian border city of Cucuta injured 36 people on Tuesday, the defense minister said, casting...
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In a world-first, El Salvador makes bitcoin legal tender

El Salvador has become the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender after Congress approved President Nayib Bukele’s proposal to embrace...
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Venezuela’s Dancing Devils ask for an end to the pandemic

Members of a Venezuela ceremonial brotherhood known as the Dancing Devils on Thursday held their annual Corpus Christi celebration by calling for the end of...
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Latin America poised to benefit as U.S. raises exports of COVID-19 shots

Latin America is poised to receive millions of U.S.-made COVID-19 shots in the coming weeks as the United States emerges as a top exporter of...
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Colombians march in eighth day of protests, police deploy tear gas

Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in Bogota on Wednesday during an eighth day of nationwide anti-government demonstrations, after crowds attacked police stations in...
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Colombia warns of nine new strains of dangerous coffee fungus

Colombia’s coffee federation has discovered nine new, more aggressive variants of the fungus that causes coffee rust, it said on Thursday, urging producers to plant...
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