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Colombia, ELN rebels hail progress in second round of peace talks

ELN official says two sides have taken "first steps" towards a temporary ceasefire now that negotiations in Mexico City have concluded.Colombia's government and the...

After political violence, Peru reckons with economic fallout

Lima, Peru - The anti-government protests, which left dozens dead and blows to some of Peru's most critical sectors, are beginning to subside, but...

Chile’s abortion rights movement faces uphill battle

Santiago, Chile – Siomara Molina stands on the steps of the Chilean National Library on a busy street in the heart of Chile's capital. Waving...

Mexico cartel apologises for kidnapping Americans, returns bodies

The cartel handed over five of its members suspected of being behind the kidnapping to authorities.Suspected drug cartel members turned over five alleged accomplices...

Judge extends pretrial detention for Peru’s ex-President Castillo

The former president has now been detained for 36 months awaiting trial on charges including rebellion and organized crime.A judge in Peru has extended...

Argentina’s grain harvest suffers under worst drought in 60 years

The South American country is already struggling with rising inflation and facing a decline in grain, its main export.A historic drought ravaging Argentina's crops...

‘War scene’: MSF temporarily shutters hospital in Haiti’s capital

The international medical charity Doctors Without Borders has temporarily closed its hospital in a violence-plagued area of ​​the Haitian capital as it can no...


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