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Questioning of lawmaker linked to ‘El Chapo’ Guzman criticized in Mexico

Questioning of lawmaker linked to ‘El Chapo’ Guzman criticized in Mexico

The transfer of a female state lawmaker to Mexico's capital for questioning about her links to imprisoned Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" (Shorty) Guzman has sparked criticism due to…

New Jersey mayor says he has used $200,000 of his own money to bring Cubans from Costa Rica to the US

New Jersey mayor says he has used $200,000 of his own money to bring Cubans from Costa Rica to the US

A Cuban-born N.J. mayor says that he is helping thousands of Cuban refugees come to America, and has used $200,000 of his own money so far to support refugees during…

Honduras likely to extradite former vice president to US

Honduras likely to extradite former vice president to US

Email this page January 21st, 2016 - WASHINGTON — Honduras likely will grant Washington’s request to extradite one of the country’s wealthiest and most powerful men to face U.S money…

Together, Colombia and FARC rebels ask UN to monitor disarmament

Together, Colombia and FARC rebels ask UN to monitor disarmament

Colombia's government and FARC rebels say they have asked the United Nations to monitor the eventual end of their five-decade conflict and the disarmament of the armed group.…

First group of Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica arrive in Miami amidst officials’ concerns

First group of Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica arrive in Miami amidst officials’ concerns

The first of several thousand Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica have crossed into the United States under a plan agreed to among Central American leaders. The migrants arrived in…

Nicaraguan who fought under Sandino dies at 111

Nicaraguan who fought under Sandino dies at 111

Hector Gaitan, a railway telegraph operator who fought under Nicaragua's national hero Augusto Cesar Sandino and the Salvadoran leader Farabundo Marti, died on Monday, his family said. He was 111.…

IMF: No recovery in Latin America economy for 2016

IMF: No recovery in Latin America economy for 2016

The forecast represents a significant downward revision compared to the IMF’s projections in October, when it forecast that Latin America would see the beginning of recovery and positive growth of…

Colombia passes tougher law to tackle high rates of acid attacks

Colombia passes tougher law to tackle high rates of acid attacks

Acid attack survivors in Colombia hope a new law that punishes perpetrators of the crime with up to 50 years in prison will act as a deterrent in a country…

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