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Child soldiers recruited from Venezuelan refugees: Report - As Venezuelans flee their country in search of safety and economic security, new dangers lurk across the border. In Colombia's northeast, where many Venezuelans have ended up, rival armed groups control illegal border crossings, and wreak havoc among civilians alike with killings, intimidation, sexual violence and other abuses, according to a new report by NGO Human Rights Watch.
Canada authorities believe they have found bodies of suspects in killings - Authorities believe they have found the bodies of two Canadian men suspected of killing three people last month, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Wednesday.
Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts - Read CNN's Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts to learn more about the president of Brazil.
The suspects in Canada killings are believed dead, but what led to the crimes is still a mystery - A manhunt for two suspects in a series of killings in remote northern Canada appears to have ended with the discovery of the fugitives' bodies, police say.
Venezuela Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts about Venezuela and learn more about one of the top oil-producing countries in the world.
US sanctions could 'significantly exacerbate' Venezuela's crisis, UN warns - Newly imposed US sanctions on Venezuela could "significantly exacerbate" the crisis that ordinary civilians are facing in the country, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, warned in a statement Thursday.
Robbers steal $2.5m from Mexico's mint in daylight heist - Robbers made off with an estimated $2.5 million from a mint in Mexico City Tuesday, after the vault was reportedly left open.
America's gun culture vs. the world - Mass shootings in Texas and Ohio have reignited the debate around gun rights in the US. Here's how America's gun culture compares to the rest of the world.
Read: Leaked diplomatic letters over A$AP Rocky - Read the full text of a letter written by the US Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs Robert C. O'Brien and leaked earlier on Twitter. Addressed to the Swedish Prosecution Authority on July 31 -- before the rapper's trial had concluded -- the diplomat said the US was eager "to resolve this case as soon as possible to avoid potentially negative consequences to the US-Swedish bilateral relationship."
Canadian police begin to scale back search for teenage murder suspects - Authorities in Canada announced Wednesday that they will begin scaling back efforts to locate two teenage murder suspects believed to be hiding in a remote and inhospitable region of northern Manitoba.
Scientist who called out Bolsonaro on Amazon deforestation is fired - Brazil has fired the head of a government agency that found a steep rise in deforestation in the Amazon, following a public spat with far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.
Three Mexican journalists were killed in four days - Three journalists in Mexico were killed this week, bringing to at least 10 the number of reporters slain in the country this year.
2 countries issued travel warnings about the United States after a weekend of mass shootings - Two countries issued travel warnings to their citizens about the United States following two mass shootings that killed 31 people.
Mexico considers the El Paso shooting an 'act of terrorism' against Mexican citizens, official says - Mexico's government considers the shooting in El Paso, Texas, an act of terrorism against Mexican citizens and will be participating in the investigation, Secretary of Foreign Affairs Marcelo Ebrard said Monday.
The world wonders what's happened to America - What happens to a country that is an idea, when that idea turns ugly?
The global stakes of Guatemala's elections today - Donald Trump would be wise to watch Guatemala's run-off presidential election this weekend closely.
Hijacker shot dead after taking 37 people hostage on a bus in Brazil - A man who took a bus and 37 people hostage on a bridge in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro was shot dead on Tuesday by a police sniper, according to authorities.
Salvadoran woman at center of controversial abortion trial acquitted of all charges - A young rape survivor who'd been accused of inducing an abortion and previously sentenced to 30 years in prison was acquitted of all charges by an El Salvador judge Monday at the conclusion of a retrial.
Haiti Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts on Haiti and learn more about the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
A trail of 'bloody gold' leads to Venezuela's government - The crash of steel pounding rock echoes through the dark gallery, as Darwin Rojas, 43, hammers away in a small corner. He's muddy, sweaty and breathing heavily, crushing stone after stone around him. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |