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Venezuela blocks border bridge in aid standoff - Two US trucks carrying food and medical supplies arrived at Venezuela's border this afternoon, according to a US official in the Colombian border town of Cucuta. But it is not clear when or whether the aid will reach people inside the country.
Gunman in Quebec mosque shooting sentenced to life in prison - A man who opened fire at a Quebec City mosque, killing six people in 2017, has been sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years.
The hungry poor who will decide Venezuela's political future - Slums like Petare are where the battle for the political future of Venezuela is being fought. Under duress from hunger, anti-government protests have raged in some of the poorest parts of Caracas -- and been met with swift police action.
Fearing socialism at home, Trump takes a Cold War stance abroad - When Barack Obama traveled to Cuba in 2016, he vowed to reshape relations not just with the Communist-run island but with all of Latin America. The last US President to visit Cuba had been Calvin Coolidge. That was 80 years ago -- and he had arrived accompanied by gunboats.
The strange political path of Nayib Bukele, El Salvador's new President - Last weekend, El Salvador elected Nayib Armando Bukele Ortez, 37, to the presidency. Bukele has called himself a man of the left, but ended up running for president with conservative party Great Alliance for National Unity (GANA).
A rabbi was worried no one would come to this Holocaust survivor's funeral. He put out a call on Facebook and 200 people showed up - Rabbi Zale Newman thought Eddie Ford's funeral would just have three other attendees.
Jail for vet who implanted heroin in puppies - A Colombian former veterinary student was sentenced to six years in prison by a United States federal court Thursday for smuggling liquid heroin in puppies.
Canadian diplomats sue their government over mystery illness in Cuba - Fourteen Canadian diplomats are suing their government over a mysterious and lingering illness that they and US diplomats seem to have developed while posted in Cuba's capital.
European nations recognize Guaido as Venezuela's interim president - A group of major European nations recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's interim president on Monday, urging him to hold free and fair elections.
Venezuela's Maduro says Trump making mistakes that will 'stain his hands with blood' - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has warned US President Donald Trump that he risks staining "his hands with blood" should he pursue military action in the crisis-hit South American nation.
Venezuela blocks border bridge where aid is set to arrive - The Venezuelan government, led by embattled President Nicolas Maduro, has blocked a bridge connecting Venezuela to Colombia, effectively blocking any passage of the humanitarian aid called for by Venezuela's opposition.
Toronto police went to arrest a man they suspected of murder. They found a man tied to his bed. - A man was found tied to the bed of serial killer Bruce McArthur the day Toronto Police arrested McArthur in 2018.
The transformation of Juan Guaido - Juan Guaido has declared himself the president of Venezuela, challenging incumbent Nicolas Maduro as illegitimate and winning the backing of the United States. CNN spoke to his mother, wife and friends to find out more about the 35-year-old.
Former Costa Rican president and Nobel Peace Prize winner accused of sexual offenses - Óscar Arias, former Costa Rican president and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has been accused of inappropriate sexual conduct by two women.
Protesters flood Venezuela's streets to call for change - Venezuelan opposition supporters returned to the streets on Tuesday, calling on embattled president Nicolas Maduro to let humanitarian aid into the economically crippled country.
The Venezuelan women selling their bodies to survive - As Venezuelan women flood across the Colombian border, desperate for work, many are finding there is only one job open to them: prostitution.
Haiti protesters take the day to gather food and water as they prepare for more possible conflict - Protesters in Haiti's capital have taken the day to gather food, water and fuel, pressing pause on deadly demonstrations that have been calling for President Jovenel Moise's resignation.
Missionaries and nurses trapped in Haiti as protests sweep country - Ongoing street protests sweeping through Haiti have left 24 Canadian missionaries and another group of nurses among the visitors stranded in the Caribbean country.
US aid lands in Colombia as part of effort to deliver supplies to Venezuela - The US military cargo planes departed from Miami to transport supplies to Colombia as part of the Trump Administration's response to the Venezuela regional crisis.
Haiti hospital lacks medicines, equipment during protests - The languid whack of a ceiling fan stirs the heat around the Intensive Care Unit. It's the only sound on the ward. Because there is none of the life-saving equipment an ICU should have. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |