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22 June 2018 14:23

The United States says another diplomat in Cuba has fallen ill with symptoms of a mysterious sickness which intelligence officials in Washington say is caused by a sonic attack.   US Department of State spokesperson Heather Nauert was quoted as telling reporters in Washington that the attack had been confirmed on the diplomat after a medical assessment. Nauert added that a total...

16 June 2018 15:13

  Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused his Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos of trying to start an “armed conflict” between the two neighbors and draw a US intervention. "The Colombian government of Juan Manuel Santos is fomenting military incidents and provocations from Colombia and also inside Venezuelan territory with the aim of triggering a conflict" between the two countries, Maduro insisted...

8 June 2018 8:43

  The search for survivors from deadly eruptions of Guatemala's Fuego volcano was temporarily suspended on Thursday due to dangerous conditions for rescue workers, as the death toll from the disaster climbed to 109, authorities said. Residents should stay away from the still-dangerous area, said David de Leon, a spokesman for national disaster management agency CONRED. The death toll from Fuego's most violent...

7 June 2018 9:22

  Explosions boomed from Guatemala's fearsome Fuego volcano Wednesday, unleashing fresh torrents of molten mud and ash down slopes where officials said 75 people had been killed and 200 were still missing. Fears of a new blowup of the 3,763-meter (12,346-foot) volcano have stalked rescue workers since Sunday's eruption buried entire villages on its southern flank. Officials said the known number of dead...

6 June 2018 12:41

  Under pressure from pro-Palestine campaigners, Argentina has canceled a controversial World Cup warm-up match against Israel in the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds amid an international outcry over the regime’s crimes against Palestinians. A senior source at Argentina’s Football Federation, who was speaking on condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the game had been called off. In an interview with...

5 June 2018 8:54

  Authorities in Guatemala have increased the number of the dead from a volcanic eruption in the Central American country to 69, as family members search for the missing in makeshift morgues and on streets blanketed with ash. Guatemala's national disaster agency, CONRED, increased the death toll as more bodies were pulled from the debris around the village of El Rodeo, which was...

3 June 2018 12:55

  The Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte has censured a United Nations (UN) human rights expert for interfering in the country’s internal affairs. The special UN rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Diego Garcia-Sayan, had on Friday said the independence of the judiciary in the Philippines was under threat. Prior to his remark, the Philippine Supreme Court had fired Chief Justice Maria...

31 May 2018 14:10

Violence erupted in the streets of the Nicaraguan capital, Managua, on Wednesday with eyewitnesses saying dozens were injured and an untold number killed. Before Wednesday's violence, Amnesty International had said on Tuesday that at least 81 people had been killed and 868 wounded since April 18. Wednesday also saw a massive march led by the Mothers of April Movement, a group of...

30 May 2018 8:39

  US President Donald Trump has insisted that Mexico would eventually pay for his promised border wall, provoking a rebuke from his Mexican counterpart. At a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday, Trump said, “In the end, Mexico is going to pay for the wall.” He criticized Mexico for doing “nothing to help us,” saying, “They make all of this money, and they do absolutely...

29 May 2018 8:56

  Another round of protests and violence got underway Monday, May 28, n Nicaragua after students in the Central American aimed to take over the Engineering university. The demonstrators targeted the pro-government offices of Radio Ya. A thuggish response to weeks of protests has eroded carefully constructed pillars of support in the Church, military and business world for Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega,...

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