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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. Wed, 16 Jun 2021 02:10:10 GMT
'The ocean is our life-support system': This is why we need to protect it - Peruvian biologist Kerstin Forsberg tells CNN why marine conservation is essential to our future.
Central America's migration problem isn't going away anytime soon - It is best to get permission from local gang leaders before entering a small neighborhood that locals call La Playita in Chamelecón, Honduras. Violence here is as pervasive as the poverty in this area, and strangers aren't generally welcome.
Prosecutor requests prison for Peru presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori - The lead prosecutor in an ongoing Peruvian corruption case urged a judge Thursday to send presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori back to preventive prison in connection with an ongoing corruption case, even as votes continue to be tallied.
'The [Ortega] regime is willing to kill', says wife of detained Nicaraguan activist - Berta Valle is the wife of Félix Maradiaga Blandón, one of at least seven opposition leaders who have been detained in Nicaragua so far this month.
A 26-year-old constable was run over by a truck he pulled over, police say - A young constable was struck and killed by the truck he had pulled over during a traffic stop, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Saskatchewan said.
Seven Nicaraguan opposition leaders detained ahead of election - Within less than a week, and just a few months ahead of a crucial election, the Nicaraguan police have detained five high-profile opposition leaders, according to official police statements.
Peru's presidential election is just too close to call - Peru's presidential election is going to the wire with authorities in the Latin American country yet to declare a winner in a tightly contested battle between a political newcomer and his conservative opponent.
A driver slams into a Muslim family, killing four people, in what Canadian PM calls 'a terrorist attack' - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday called the killing of four members of a Muslim family mowed down by a pickup truck "a terrorist attack."
Mexico's President loses grip on power in midterm elections marred by violence - Mexico's ruling political coalition is projected to lose its qualified majority in the lower house of Congress after a poor showing in midterm elections Sunday, according to initial figures released by the government.
Peru's presidential election is too close to call - The first official results from Peru's presidential elections gave a small lead to right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, but the election was too close to call as of early Monday.
American guns are a key driver in the migration crisis. When will the US address it? - This week, US Vice President Kamala Harris will spend two days south of the border, during her first international trip to Guatemala and Mexico to meet local leaders and help address the root causes of undocumented migration.
Five takeaways from Mexico's midterm election - The morning after his country's largest election in history, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador held his daily press conference, where he usually talks about his policies and answers questions from the media.
Salvadoran woman freed from jail after 30-year abortion sentence - A Salvadoran woman who had served nearly a third of her 30-year prison sentence on charges of terminating her pregnancy and violating El Salvador's harsh abortion ban was released on Monday, activists said.
Nicaragua's democracy is crumbling. It's been a long time coming - Nicaragua's already fragile democracy is quickly backsliding into a dictatorship.
Alleged financier for Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro says he fears being extradited to the US - He claims he was tortured by the authorities in Cape Verde and that even worse punishments await him if he is extradited to the United States. Alex Saab, the Colombian businessman who's also said to be a 'financier' and 'front man' of embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, told CNN in an exclusive interview from his detention site in Cape Verde that he has no doubts about what will happen to him if sent to America.
Brazilian environment minister resigns amid illegal logging probe - Brazil's controversial environment minister, Ricardo Salles, announced Wednesday that he was stepping down from the position amid an investigation into allegations he obstructed a police probe into illegal logging.
50 of Afghanistan's 370 districts have fallen to Taliban since May: UN envoy - Fifty of Afghanistan's 370 districts have fallen to Taliban militants since May, according to the UN's special envoy on Afghanistan Deborah Lyons, as the United States continues its military withdrawal from the country.
Hundreds of unmarked graves discovered at a former residential school in Canada, officials say - Hundreds of unmarked graves were discovered at the site of the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Canada, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations said Wednesday.
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