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Emaciated grizzly bears in Canada spark greater concerns over depleted salmon population - With hibernation fast approaching, a grizzly bear family is spotted searching for fish near the shores of Canada's Knight Inlet. They're emaciated, and wildlife observers worry might not make it through winter. The heartbreaking images highlight another victim of the climate crisis and the depleted salmon population.
Humanitarian crisis increases in Haiti as anti-government protests grip the nation - Haitians are calling for a massive protest Friday after weeks of anti-government gatherings have brought thousands to the streets of the capital to demand President Jovenel Moise step down.
José José fans gather to honor the deceased musician in Mexico City park - Fans sang along to songs of José José in one Mexico City's most famous parks.
Mexico's Popocatépetl volcano erupted 14 times in one night - Popocatépetl, one of Mexico's most active volcanoes, erupted 14 times in a single night earlier this week.
Two inmates escape from Canadian penitentiary, police say - Two inmates believed to be dangerous escaped from a Canadian prison in Saskatchewan Friday night and are still on the run, police said.
Carlos the Jackal Fast Facts - Check out CNN's Carlos the Jackal Fast Facts for a look at the life of one of the world's most wanted terrorists.
Shipwrecked Colombian 'smugglers' found floating on packages of cocaine - The Colombian navy rescued three suspected drug traffickers using bales of cocaine to stay afloat following a shipwreck Sunday.
Hurricane Dorian victim searches for his old life - Howard Armstrong told the world how Hurricane Dorian took his wife a month ago in the Bahamas. He's still finding only scraps of what his life used to be.
Justin Trudeau Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts on Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada.
Photojournalist shot outside Haitian senate - A Haitian senator appeared to open fire amid chaotic scenes outside the country's Parliament building in the capital, Port-au-Prince, on Monday.
Mystery surrounds Mexico's missing students, five years later - On Tuesday, the Mexican government announced it would question former Guerrero Governor Angel Aguirre Rivero, the state's former prosecutor Iñaki Blanco, and the state's then-Secretary of Public Safety Leonardo Vasquez Perez in the new investigation spearheaded by the López Obrador administration. None of them have been formally accused.
The teens who killed 3 in Canadian wilderness showed no remorse, wanted to kill more - Two teens who authorities say killed three people and were found dead after an extensive manhunt apparently shot and killed themselves, police in Canada said.
Former Barcelona star Giovani dos Santos suffers gruesome injury - Club America forward Giovani dos Santos was hospitalized after suffering a gruesome leg injury during Saturday's match against C.D. Guadalajara.
600 people are still missing in the Bahamas weeks after Hurricane Dorian - Nearly a month after Hurricane Dorian pulverized part of the Bahamas, officials say there are still 600 people missing.
Ecuador government leaves capital city amid violent protests - Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has announced that his government will leave the capital city of Quito amid violent protests over his move to end state fuel subsidies.
Two teenagers charged and two arrested in connection to the stabbing death of a 14-year-old boy outside his school in Canada - Two teenagers have been charged with first degree murder, and two more were arrested Tuesday in connection with the stabbing of a 14-year-old boy outside a school in Ontario, Canada, police said.
Why some say Mexico already built Trump's wall -- and paid for it - Mexico's massive deployment of National Guard troops over the past few months has played a major role in blocking migrants from reaching the US border in the first place.
Three die in supermarket fire amid protests in Chile - Three people have died in a supermarket fire as angry protests in Chile entered their seventh day, the mayor of capital city Santiago said on Sunday.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts on the life of Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Death toll in Chile rises to 11 after weekend of violent protests - At least 11 people have died in Chile, according to the mayor of capital city Santiago, as protests and violence in the country continued. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |