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Relative of a mother massacred in Mexico says killer cartels thrive due to US demand - Nahoma Jensen De LeBaron, the cousin of one of the nine victims of Monday's massacre in the mountains of Mexico, said the cartels they suspect of the attack exist due to the demand for drugs in the United States.
A soprano started singing out her window in defiance of a government-imposed curfew in Chile - The soprano's voice lifts into the Santiago night sky, breaking the silence of the Chilean government-imposed curfew.
Brazil's former President Lula released from prison -
Mexico's security strategy called into question after Mormon killings - After three women and six children were slaughtered on a remote dirt road in Mexico, relatives and members of their small religious community stood around the smoldering carnage for hours before local authorities arrived.
- Three women and six children from a Mormon community in Mexico were killed while traveling in a three-car caravan south of the US-Mexico border Monday, according to Mexican Security Minister Alfonso Durazo. All nine victims have now been laid to rest.
Mayor sprints away from journalists mid-interview, in Chile - Evelyn Matthei, mayor of Providencia commune in Santiago de Chile, suddenly sprinted away from journalists in the street.
The remote Mormon community that lost 9 in an ambush is under heavy guard as it begins to bury its dead - Loretta Miller lost several grandchildren in the massacre miles up the road from her remote Mormon community in Mexico. Her job lately has been to comfort several other grandchildren who remain.
NASA says humans are drying out the Amazon and increasing the threat of fires - A newly-released NASA study has found the atmosphere over the Amazon rainforest in South America has been drying out over the past 20 years and that human activity is the primary cause.
After 'bullets rained from above,' child survivors of a Mexico ambush tried to save each other - One girl "had a bullet through her wrist, but nevertheless, she was probably in the best shape to walk," a relative of the children said.
These are the mothers and their children who were massacred in Mexico - When three mothers and six of their children were killed in an ambush in Mexico, they were on their way to visit family.
Manhunt continues for those who fired 200 shots, killing 9 Mormon family members in Mexico - As two countries grieve the ambush killings of six children and their mothers, Mexico's president has set up a special commission to find the killer or killers.
Family and authorities piece together from ash what happened to mothers and children massacred in Mexico - All that was left for family members to sift through when they arrived at the scene of a massacre in Mexico on Monday were ash, bones and a car -- ablaze and riddled with bullet holes.
A baby named Faith survived the Mexico ambush killings. Her slain mother may have saved her - Inside a torched car riddled with bullet holes, a 7-month-old baby -- aptly named Faith -- was found alive.
Mormon quest for peace and freedom in Mexico shattered by violence and adversity - Their Mormon ancestors first arrived in Mexico in the 1880s, completing an arduous journey by wagon train or rail to a strange land they believed to be free of the prosecution they faced in the United States for their polygamist practices.
Bolivian president and vice president resign - Bolivian President Evo Morales and Vice President Alvaro García Linera announced their resignations Sunday.
Bolivian President Evo Morales steps down following accusations of election fraud - Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Sunday amid growing opposition after an international audit found the results of last month's election could not be validated because of "serious irregularities."
Bolivian senator declares herself acting president as Morales vows to fight - Bolivian Sen. Jeanine Anez declared herself the country's acting leader Tuesday, despite a boycott by former President Evo Morales' allies that left the legislative chamber short of the legal minimum number of lawmakers required to appoint her.
Bolivia's Morales in Mexico after accepting political asylum - Bolivia's former President Evo Morales landed in Mexico on Tuesday. He has been given political asylum there in the wake of what he describes as a "coup" by the country's military and opposition, following days of popular protest.
Cuba Fast Facts - Read CNN's Cuba Fast Facts to learn more about this communist country located in the Caribbean Sea, approximately 90 miles south of Florida.
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. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |