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Here's why authorities say David Ortiz was mistakenly attacked in the Dominican Republic - The shooting of baseball legend David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic left fans wondering why would anyone try to kill Big Papi. Turns out, according to prosecutors, he wasn't the intended target.
Who is Victor Hugo Gomez, the alleged mastermind behind the David Ortiz shooting? - The mastermind behind the attack that saw former baseball star David Ortiz seriously wounded orchestrated the shooting from the United States, where he is wanted by US authorities, the attorney general of the Dominican Republic said Wednesday.
Canada resettled more refugees than US in 2018, UN says - Canada overtook the United States as the world's leading host of formally resettled refugees in 2018, according to statistics compiled by the United Nations.
Dominican officials say alleged gunman mistook Big Papi for someone else - More than a week after David Ortiz was shot as part of what police have called a murder-for-hire plot, authorities in the Dominican Republic now say the former Red Sox star was not the intended target.
Juan Guaido has been banned from running for office - Juan Guaido has been banned from running for public office in Venezuela by the country's embattled government.
Can Mexico fix the migrant crisis? - The air is thick with humidity on the Suchiate River that separates Mexico from Guatemala. Yet the pontoon men are busy as usual. Using long poles, they strain as they push wooden rafts lashed to huge inner tubes from one bank to the other, illegally but openly ferrying goods and humans from one country to the other for the equivalent of just over a dollar a head.
David Ortiz was not the intended target in murder-for-hire plot, prosecutor says - David Ortiz was not the intended target of the murder-for-hire plot that ended with the former Red Sox star being shot, authorities in the Dominican Republic said Wednesday.
A New Jersey man is dead after falling ill in the Dominican Republic, his family says - Joseph Allen died at a hotel in the Dominican Republic last week, his family says, making him at least the ninth US tourist to die at a Dominican Republic resort, or after becoming ill at one, over the past 13 months.
Toronto is about to kick off a massive celebration honoring the Raptors' first-ever NBA title - This is not a drill: Canada is about to celebrate its first-ever NBA Championship title, and things will get crazy.
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.
Another American tourist died in her hotel room in the Dominican Republic, resort says - Another US tourist has died in the Dominican Republic, bringing to eight the number of Americans to die in the country over the past year.
Four injured in shooting during Toronto Raptors' NBA celebration - Canadian officials said Monday's shooting at the Toronto Raptors' NBA celebration should not undermine a mostly peaceful commemoration of a historic win.
Canadian government says taxes from reapproved pipeline project will go toward green energy - Canadian leader Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet have reapproved the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project, with government profits from the tax revenues and other funds to be put toward clean energy ventures, the Prime Minister announced Tuesday.
Dominican prosecutors identify man accused of paying for attempted hit on David Ortiz - Police are searching for the man accused of paying for the attempted hit on former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, identified as Alberto Miguel Rodriguez Mota.
The August plot to kill Maduro with drones - New videos obtained by CNN provide chilling insight into a mystery drone attack against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro last year—the world's first known attempt to kill a head of state with a retail drone, purchased online and armed by hand with military grade explosives.
Ex-officers arrested after the killing of Brazilian councilwoman - Two arrests in Brazil may finally shed light on the killing of popular politician Marielle Franco, whose death sparked national protests one year ago.
5 people hurt when tour bus rolls over in the Bahamas. Military aircraft carries 4 to Fort Lauderdale for treatment. - Five people injured when a Carnival Cruise tour excursion bus was involved in a rollover accident Monday had to be airlifted by military aircraft for treatment, authorities said.
Mexico sends nearly 15,000 troops to the US border - Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border, according to the country's Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval.
Italian mafia boss escapes from Uruguayan prison - An Italian mafia boss has escaped from a detention center in Uruguay, where he was awaiting extradition to Italy, the Uruguayan Ministry of Interior said in a statement.
Claims of corruption, drug trafficking and political divorce. Welcome to Guatemala's elections - Few politicians have a backstory like Sandra Torres, winner of the first round in Guatemala's presidential elections earlier this month, but the former first lady is no ordinary candidate. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |