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Newlyweds died together in the plane crash in Iran a week after their wedding - The celebration of a new life together turned to loss when newlyweds died in the Tehran plane crash as they traveled home to Canada.
Chaos and a political showdown at Venezuela's National Assembly - Venezuela's political future remains murky, after a dramatic showdown today began with opposition lawmakers storming parliament, and ended with tear gas in the streets of Caracas.
Gold bar found 40 years ago in Mexico was part of a plunder by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés - Almost four decades ago, a gold bar was found on land that used to be Aztec ruins in Mexico. Now, scientists confirm it was part of a plunder by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés.
President of Brazil's Supreme Court overturned a ban on a Netflix comedy that portrays Jesus as gay - The president of Brazil's Supreme Court authorized Netflix to show a comedy that depicts Jesus as gay after a lower court ordered the streaming service to remove the film from its platform, according to state news agency Agencia Brasil.
Justin Trudeau toughens his stand on the world stage as he demands justice over plane downed by Iran - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emerged this week from a long holiday break to face a tragedy that may recast his nation's role on the global stage -- and its relationship with its powerful neighbor to the south.
A sixth-grader killed a teacher and wounded 6 others in a Mexican school - A teacher was killed and six other people injured when an 11-year-old student opened fire Friday at a private school in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila, officials said.
A 13-year-old American boy is killed in an ambush in Mexico near the US border - Three other relatives were injured in the ambush attack as they headed back to the US from the Monterrey area, the slain boy's father said.
Chaos as Venezuelan lawmakers vote - The fate of the only opposition-controlled political institution in Venezuela was left hanging on Sunday, as pro-government lawmakers claimed to swear in a new president of the National Assembly.
Toronto rapper Bvlly, 24, killed on Christmas Eve - Bvlly, a Toronto-based rapper, was shot and killed early Christmas Eve in what police are calling a homicide.
21 killed in bus crash in Guatemala, officials say - At least 21 people were killed Saturday when a bus and truck crashed in Guatemala, the Guatemalan Public Ministry said.
200 homes destroyed as forest fires tear through historic city - At least 200 homes have been destroyed after forest fires swept through a residential area in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso on Christmas Eve.
Comedy group that made a film depicting Jesus as gay attacked on Christmas Eve, Brazilian police say - Police in Rio de Janeiro said at least four men were involved in a Christmas Eve attack at the headquarters of a Brazilian comedy group after their release of a film that depicts Jesus as gay, according to state news agency Agencia Brasil.
Baltimore grapples with 'unacceptably high' homicide rate - It's the problem that keeps Baltimore Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young up at night, and it's the first thing he thinks about in the morning.
Archeologists in Mexico discovered the ruins of an ancient Mayan palace - A Mayan palace dating back more than 1,000 years was discovered by archeologists in Mexico.
Mexican Wrestler La Parka has died after suffering severe in-ring injuries - La Parka, known for wrestling while wearing intricate costumes and masks, died Saturday at 54, Lucha Libre AAA announced.
Who will pay for Harry and Meghan's security? Canada says discussions are underway - Discussions are ongoing in Canada over who will pay the costs of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's security, for their proposed new life in the country, according to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Migrants clash with Mexican troops at the Guatemala border - Tensions flared on Mexico's southern border Monday as troops tried to intercept a large group of migrants who'd crossed into the country.
Residents are digging out of record-breaking snowfall in Newfoundland, Canada - A record-breaking snowfall in Newfoundland, Canada, has left residents with the enormous task of digging themselves out of piles and piles of snow.
Things have changed for Venezuela. But they're not what Juan Guaido hoped for - That's the question dogging Juan Guaido as he embarks on another global tour, an uncomfortable mirror of the near-triumphant voyage he took last February in the weeks after declaring himself the rightful interim president of Venezuela.
Arizona tourist reported missing during catamaran tour in Belize, police say - A tourist from Arizona has gone missing while on a catamaran tour on Rendezvous Caye in Belize, police there said Wednesday. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |