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Countries welcoming US tourists back - Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases now past the 32.4 million mark, some nations continue to view vacationers warily even as more Americans get vaccinated. Tue, 11 Jan 2022 22:59:13 GMT
2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season - Here is a look at the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:01:58 GMT
Deadly flooding in Brazil kills at least 20 and displaces thousands, leaving Covid-19 vaccines submerged - The death toll from floods and heavy rain, which has blighted the Brazilian state of Bahia since November, rose to 20 after flooding intensified over the weekend, causing two dams to burst and the displacement of an estimated 62,800 people, state officials say.
Many Latin American countries now among those with highest rates of vaccination - Many countries in Latin America were hit with soaring Covid-19 death rates early in the pandemic, as coronavirus raged throughout the region. The tide is turning in many Latin American nations today, where vaccination rates are outpacing countries in Europe and North America and helping drive down deaths.
Deadly flooding hits Brazil, killing at least 18 and displacing thousands - Heavy flooding has left at least 18 people dead and more than 280 injured in the northeast region of Brazil, officials say.
At least 23 killed amid clashes between armed groups in north Colombia - As many as 23 people have been killed in clashes between rival guerrilla groups in Colombia's northern Arauca area, according to a spokesperson from the Attorney General's office.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro hospitalized with intestinal obstruction - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was admitted to a hospital early Monday morning with a blockage in his intestine.
UK Supreme Court backs Venezuela's Guaidó, bringing him closer to $1bn in gold reserves - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is one step closer to securing control of more than $1 billion dollars in gold reserves stored at the Bank of England, after Britain's Supreme Court unequivocally recognized him as President of Venezuela on Monday evening.
Democracy had a tough year in Latin America. But it's not all doom and gloom - If you followed the biggest headlines in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021, democracy's prospects across the region might have appeared quite grim.
Jailed for the killing of Haiti's president, five suspected assassins say they're innocent -
From student protester to leftist hero: Meet the shaggy-haired millennial vying for Chile's presidency - Just ten years ago, Gabriel Boric was a student leader in the Chilean capital, rallying against the country's privatized education system alongside thousands of other students in Santiago.
Music producer 'Flow La Movie' among 9 killed in Dominican Republic private jet crash - Nine people were killed on Wednesday after a private aircraft crashed while making an emergency landing in the Dominican Republic, according to the plane's operator, Helidosa Aviation Group.
Remaining missionaries kidnapped in Haiti released by gang, says justice minister - The remaining 12 hostages kidnapped by an armed gang in Haiti two months ago were released Thursday, according to the country's justice minister Berto Dorcé.
As Cuba reopens to the world, many of its own look to leave - Hours before the airline offices open for the day, hundreds of Cubans wait in line, hoping to snag a hard-to-find ticket off the island.
10,000 bees join protest in Chile, 7 police officers stung - Four beekeepers were detained after protesting in front of Chile's presidential palace in Santiago on Monday, according to local officials, with seven police officers stung during the demonstrations.
Leftist Gabriel Boric, 35, wins Chile's presidential election - Leftist and former student leader Gabriel Boric, 35, will become Chile's youngest President after he won a presidential runoff election on Sunday.
US charges Colombian man with conspiracy to kill Haiti's President - The United States has arrested a Colombian man for his alleged involvement in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, who was killed in his bedroom last July.
Canada says vaccine mandates work as Quebec's 'unvaxxed tax' leads to spike in first dose appointments - One day after the Canadian province of Quebec announced it would financially penalize residents who are unvaccinated, the province's health minister said Wednesday first-time appointments spiked in the hours following the announcement.
Quebec to impose a 'significant' fine on unvaccinated residents - The Canadian province of Quebec announced Tuesday that residents who have refused a Covid-19 vaccine will soon have to pay a fine.
El Salvador denies responsibility for hacking journalists after report finds Pegasus spyware on their phones - El Salvador's government has denied responsibility for hacking the cell phones of at least 35 journalists and other members of civil society by using the spying program known as Pegasus. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |