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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. Wed, 16 Jun 2021 02:10:10 GMT
Mexico's President loses grip on power in midterm elections marred by violence - Mexico's ruling political coalition is projected to lose its qualified majority in the lower house of Congress after a poor showing in midterm elections Sunday, according to initial figures released by the government.
Peru's presidential election is too close to call - The first official results from Peru's presidential elections gave a small lead to right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, but the election was too close to call as of early Monday.
American guns are a key driver in the migration crisis. When will the US address it? - This week, US Vice President Kamala Harris will spend two days south of the border, during her first international trip to Guatemala and Mexico to meet local leaders and help address the root causes of undocumented migration.
Salvadoran woman freed from jail after 30-year abortion sentence - A Salvadoran woman who had served nearly a third of her 30-year prison sentence on charges of terminating her pregnancy and violating El Salvador's harsh abortion ban was released on Monday, activists said.
A driver slams into a Muslim family, killing four people, in what Canadian PM calls 'a terrorist attack' - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday called the killing of four members of a Muslim family mowed down by a pickup truck "a terrorist attack."
Human remains found in two voting booths as Mexicans hit the polls - Human remains were found in at least two voting booths in Mexico's Baja California state as the country voted in midterm elections on Sunday, according to state officials.
Five takeaways from Mexico's midterm election - The morning after his country's largest election in history, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador held his daily press conference, where he usually talks about his policies and answers questions from the media.
Arson and vandalism sweep Brazilian city of Manaus after death of criminal leader - Police have been ordered into the streets of the Brazilian city of Manaus, amid a wave of attacks on buses, cars and banks that began on Saturday night and forced the city to halt public transportation and left some residents afraid to leave home.
Why Mexico's election is all about the man who is not running - A lot is at stake in Mexico's midterm elections on Sunday. With more than 21,000 seats up for grabs, this is the country's largest poll ever.
Nicaraguan presidential challenger Cristiana Chamorro placed under house arrest - Nicaraguan presidential challenger Cristiana Chamorro has been placed under house arrest and could now be disqualified from running for office, according to local officials.
Peru confronts a fork in the road as it chooses a new president - Two candidates with drastically different visions for Peru's future face off in a presidential run-off vote on Sunday, polarizing an electorate battered by the pandemic.
Mexico goes to the polls in elections marred by violence against candidates - One candidate is a former boxer and promises to fight for people as hard as he did it in the ring.
Mass vaccination experiment offers a taste of normality in Brazil - Hope has returned to the small city of Serrana, Brazil, after researchers vaccinated almost its entire adult population in a city-wide medical experiment this spring.
Seven Nicaraguan opposition leaders detained ahead of election - Within less than a week, and just a few months ahead of a crucial election, the Nicaraguan police have detained five high-profile opposition leaders, according to official police statements.
'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.
Bolsonaro's rule is 'worse threat than coronavirus,' say Brazilians as nation passes 500,000 deaths - There is barely a person in Brazil today who hasn't lost a loved one to Covid-19, say local scientists, as the country reached the grim milestone of half a million deaths.
Alleged financier for Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro says he fears being extradited to the US - He claims he was tortured by the authorities in Cape Verde and that even worse punishments await him if he is extradited to the United States. Alex Saab, the Colombian businessman who's also said to be a 'financier' and 'front man' of embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, told CNN in an exclusive interview from his detention site in Cape Verde that he has no doubts about what will happen to him if sent to America.
Shooting at party in Toronto leaves 4 injured, including 3 children - At least four people, including three children under the age of 12, were injured in a shooting at a party in Toronto on Saturday, according to Toronto Police.
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