Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza reacts to US President Donald Trump’s anti-Caracas remarks in UN speech
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza reacts to US President Donald Trump’s anti-Caracas remarks in UN speech

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza speaks in Caracas on August 12, 2017 during a meeting with members of the diplomatic corps. (Pho...

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Thousands protest violence against women in Mexico cities
Thousands protest violence against women in Mexico cities

Mexican women have staged a protest rally in the capital Mexico City, demanding justice in the case of a young woman who was kidnapped an...

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Argentineans hold protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit
Argentineans hold protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit

A handout photo released by Argentina’s Foreign Ministry, shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) on arrival at the Ezeiza Int...

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Hurricane Katia makes landfall in quake-hit Mexico
Hurricane Katia makes landfall in quake-hit Mexico

Headlights show pouring rain caused by Hurricane Katia in Tecolutla, Veracruz State, Mexico on September 8, 2017. (Photo by AFP) Hurrica...

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Hurricane Irma leaves trail of devastation across Caribbean
Hurricane Irma leaves trail of devastation across Caribbean

A handout picture released on September 6, 2017 shows a flooded street on the French overseas island of Saint Martin, after high winds fro...

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Mexican aid workers cross US border to help Hurricane Harvey victims
Mexican aid workers cross US border to help Hurricane Harvey victims

Red Cross workers from Mexico arrive at the George R. Brown Convention Center which has been a shelter for evacuees from Hurricane Harvey,...

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Two ex-Brazilian presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff  charged in fraud scheme
Two ex-Brazilian presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff charged in fraud scheme

Former Brazilian presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (R) and Dilma Rousseff attend the funeral of former foreign policy advisor Marco Aur...

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Colombia government, National Liberation Army rebels agree ceasefire
Colombia government, National Liberation Army rebels agree ceasefire

The Colombian government and rebels with the National Liberation Army (ELN) have agreed a ceasefire that will begin on October 1 and run ...

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Thousands of Argentine protesters demand answers on fate of missing activist
Thousands of Argentine protesters demand answers on fate of missing activist

Thousands of Argentineans have taken to the streets in several cities, urging the government to secure the safe return of an indigenous h...

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Fresh round of NAFTA talks open in Mexico amid labor rights protest
Fresh round of NAFTA talks open in Mexico amid labor rights protest

Hundreds of protesters have rallied in Mexico City to slam what they view as their government’s “sell-out” to neo-liberalism as Mexico, C...

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Colombia’s FARC becomes political party
Colombia’s FARC becomes political party

FARC members attend the opening of their National Congress in Bogota, Colombia, August 27, 2017. (Photo by AFP) Colombia's FARC, for...

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Teachers rally in Peru, clash with police
Teachers rally in Peru, clash with police

This file image shows members of Peru’s teachers union clashing with police during a national strike to demand a salary increase and bette...

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Venezuela offered $5 million aid for Hurricane Harvey victims
Venezuela offered $5 million aid for Hurricane Harvey victims

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza (Photo by AFP) Venezuela has offered $5 million in aid to the victims of Hurricane Harvey in t...

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Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly to sue promoters of US sanctions
Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly to sue promoters of US sanctions

The president of Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly, Delcy Rodriguez (photo by AFP) Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly says it will have nat...

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Guatemalan protesters demand President Jimmy Morales’ ouster over corruption
Guatemalan protesters demand President Jimmy Morales’ ouster over corruption

Protesters in Guatemala have demanded the ouster of President Jimmy Morales over his attempt to expel a UN official probing corruption ch...

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Colombia’s former FARC rebels move to launch political party
Colombia’s former FARC rebels move to launch political party

FARC members attend the opening of the first gathering of the National Congress on August 27, 2017 in Bogota, Colombia. (Photo by AFP) D...

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Mexico says won’t pay for US President Donald Trump’s border wall
Mexico says won’t pay for US President Donald Trump’s border wall

State Police officers stand guard by the warehouse where the entrance of a tunnel used to smuggle people was found at the US-Mexico border...

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