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Millions in gold, cash taken in Peru airport heist

Robbers staged a daring assault on a truck carrying 120 kilograms of gold, along with $1 million and 9 million soles ($2.7 million) in cash, on the runway at the airport in the Peruvian city of Juliaca, local media reported Sunday.…

Border tensions heighten between Colombia, Venezuela; 3,000 troops deployed

Thousands of Colombians have left Venezuela amid new border tensions, and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Saturday ordered 3,000 troops to the western state of Tachira to "clean the region of paramilitaries, criminals, kidnappers and drug dealers."…

Panama Canal suspends planned draft restriction due to recent rains

Panama Canal suspends planned draft restriction due to recent rains

The agency that operates and manages the Panama Canal said Friday it has suspended a planned draft restriction that was scheduled to go into effect early next month, citing a sufficient amount of rainfall received in the canal's watershed.…

Accused of graft, Guatemalan president faces growing demands to step down

The clamor for President Otto Perez Molina to resign over his alleged participation in corruption is on the…

40 cops have been killed in El Salvador so far this year, government declares gangs to be “terrorists”

Seated in full body armor, with an ACE 21 assault rifle resting on her lap, Agent “China” speaks…

Uruguay to begin mass producing marijuana in September

Uruguay to begin mass producing marijuana in September

The Uruguayan government announced on Thursday, August 20, that local companies looking to begin mass producing cannabis in…

China’s troubles stoke anxiety in Latin America

As the plunge in Chinese stocks rattles global financial markets, Beijing’s economic slowdown is stoking fears of more…

Court delays decision on extraditing El Salvador’s “Col. Inocente” for 1989 massacre

A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday postponed its decision on the extradition to Spain of a retired Salvadoran…

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