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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. Sun, 02 May 2021 04:28:30 GMT
Five civilians and one police officer die in Colombia protests - At least five civilians and one police officer have died during protests against a government tax reform in Colombia since the start of unresrt this week, the country's Ombudsman said Saturday.
"CITGO 6" oil executives released to house arrest in Venezuela in apparent goodwill gesture to US - Five United States citizens and a Venezuelan citizen who were serving prison time in Caracas have been released to house arrest, two lawyers for the men and a former US governor lobbying for their release told CNN.
'People's Pots' feed the hungry amid pandemic in Uruguay - On a recent afternoon in Montevideo, a small army of volunteers was gathering in the backyard of a house. Some were peeling carrots; others were slicing onions. Another group was bringing in spices, salt, and pots...many pots. There was no time to waste.
Inside a smuggling operation moving migrants across the US-Mexico border - The smugglers are brothers and run the business out of their family home, smuggling people into the US with the help of one brother's 14 year-old son. Makeshift ladders laid out in the backyard were the only real giveaway of the family business.
Mexico City subway overpass collapses, killing at least 24 and injuring dozens - An overpass carrying a subway train collapsed in Mexico City late Monday, killing at least 24 people, including children, according to local government officials.
One in four Covid-19 deaths last week was in the Americas, says PAHO director - The coronavirus's uncontrolled spread through the Americas accounted for a major part of all global Covid-19 deaths last week, according to Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Director Carissa Etienne.
Covid-19 caused one in three deaths in Brazil so far this year - Since this year began, one third of all people who've died in Brazil were victims of Covid-19.
Quebec reports blood clot death in woman who received AstraZeneca vaccine - Quebec's top doctor says a 54-year-old woman has died of a rare blood clotting condition after receiving the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
Parts of Caribbean island of St. Vincent unrecognizable after volcano erupts - For over two weeks, a volcano on the island of St. Vincent has erupted with unrelenting fury. Now, residents don't even recognize their home.
Cinco de Mayo Fast Facts - Here are some Cinco de Mayo Fast Facts from CNN about the holiday which commemorates the Mexican victory at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
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.
Canada military will help out in the province of Ontario as the Covid-19 positivity rate hits an all-time high - Canada has deployed its military to Ontario amid a worsening Covid-19 wave that has caused the positivity rate to hit an all-time high in the province.
Brazil's Bolsonaro faces a government probe into his handling of Covid-19 - Brazil's Senate launched an inquiry Tuesday into the federal government's response to Covid-19, which could hobble President Jair Bolsonaro's re-election bid if it leads to an impeachment proceeding or criminal charges.
Teenager stabs 5 dead in Brazil daycare center attack - A teenager broke into a daycare center in southern Brazil and stabbed three children and two workers to death Tuesday before being overpowered by police, officials said.
'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.
In Colombia's protests, pandemic pressures collide with an existential reckoning for police - Between March 2020 and April 2021, Colombian police issued 2.5 million fines for breaking quarantine orders (about 6,400 per day) -- roughly equivalent to the number of Covid-19 cases reported in Colombia over that period.
The deadly collapse of Mexico City's 'Golden Line' was a tragedy foretold - It's known as the "Golden Line." The Mexico City subway system Line 12, spanning 25.1 kilometers (15.6 miles) and featuring 20 stations, was touted as one of the most expensive and ambitious public works projects in Mexican history when it was inaugurated in October 2012.
Colombian protest leader Lucas Villa, who was shot eight times, dies - Colombian student activist Lucas Villa was declared brain dead Monday night, nearly a week after he was shot eight times at a peaceful protest against President Ivan Duque's government, CNN Espanol reported, citing a statement from San Jorge de Pereira University Hospital where he was being treated.
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