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Cuba has welcomed US decision to remove it from the state department’s terror list, saying it should never have been on the list in...

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President Barack Obama has told Latin American leaders that the days when the United States could freely interfere in regional affairs are past. Barack Obama...

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President Barack Obama is set for a key meeting with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro in Panama. Delegations of 35 nations from North, Central and...

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Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and Secretary of State John Kerry held closed-door discussions in Panama, in the highest level meeting between the two...

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President Barack Obama has visited the Bob Marley museum in Jamaica. Barack Obama became the first US president to visit Jamaica since 1982. To the strains...

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The world's biggest handmade Easter egg has been unveiled in Argentina. Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Bariloche to taste the chocolate egg. Bariloche...

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Fidel Castro made his first public appearance in more than a year on Monday, March 30, greeting a delegation of Venezuelans, official media reported...

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Brazilian triplets Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane Bini fulfilled their childhood dream of walking down the aisle together in a joint wedding in Rio Grande...

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The controversial case against Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been again dismissed by an appeals court. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was accused of...

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A multiple pile-up in Peru has killed at least 36 people on the Pan American Highway near Huarmey, about 200 miles north of the...

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Rio de Janeiro's iconic Christ the Redeemer statue turned green to mark St. Patrick's Day.

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The Cuban government has granted approval to contemporary artist Kcho to open the country's first public wireless hub at his cultural center. Kcho, who has...

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Over one million Brazilian protesters have joined demonstrations against President Dilma Rousseff, with many asking for her impeachment. The protesters say Dilma Rousseff must have...

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Chile has declared a state of emergency as a raging forest fire forced thousands of people to flee their homes. The fire is threatening the...

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Direct communications between the US and Cuba have been re-established for the first time in 15 years, Cuba's state telecommunications company says. The company, Etecsa,...

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The body of Mexican politician Aide Nava has been found in one of Mexico's most violent states, Guerrero, where she had been standing for...

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Ten people, including three French sports stars, have been killed in a helicopter crash in Argentina, the French presidential office confirms. Eight French nationals and...

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In a move to reduce food hoarding and panic buying, Venezuela will install about 20,000 fingerprint scanners at grocery stores across the country. Over the...

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Venezuela will get help to overcome an ongoing shortage of food, medicine and other products, foreign ministers from 12 South American nations gathering in...

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Omar Trevino Morales, the leader of one of Mexico's most notorious drugs gang, the Zetas cartel, has been captured by security forces, Mexican officials...

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Chile’s Villarrica volcano erupted in the early hours of March 3, spewing ash and lava up to 3,300ft into the air. More than 3,000 people...

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Venezuela has given the United States 15 days to dramatically reduce the number of diplomats it has in the country. Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said...

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Fidel Castro’s revolutionary lover, Natalia Revuelta, has died at the age of 89 in Havana. Natalia Revuelta, a Cuban socialite, emptied her bank account and...

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American self-professed minister Victor Arden Barnard, who was put on a US most-wanted list for allegedly molesting two girls in a "Maidens Group" at...

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In a video posted online, Valentina Maureira, a 14-year-old Chilean girl, is asking President Michelle Bachelet to allow her to die. The video has been...