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Venezuela releases 39 jailed activists

Authorities say move fulfilled a promise made by President Nicolas Maduro before controversial May 20 election.

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After embassy move, Trump weighs Jerusalem consulate changes

This move could suggest placing the Palestinian Authority under Israel's jurisdiction.

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Nicaragua protests: What you should know

More than 80 have died during a government crackdown on students and others, calling for the president's resignation.

Masaya, Nicaragua

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Trump says US-North Korea talks in New York 'very positive'

US president says a denuclearisation deal with Pyongyang might require more than one meeting.

Kim Yong-chol

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Venezuela: Maduro rival Henri Falcon demands new election

Venezuela presidential challenger calls for new election as Canada slaps new sanctions on the Latin American country.

Henri Falcon

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More Nicaragua protesters killed in Mother's Day march

At least three killed in largest anti-government demonstration in decades demanding President Daniel Ortega to resign.

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Subtropical depression Alberto: Latest updates

The storm has fizzled into a subtropical depression as it hit the US state of Alabama.

Subtropical depression Alberto

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Mexican journalist Hector Gonzalez Antonio beaten to death

Body of Hector Gonzalez Antonio dumped in Tamaulipas, taking toll of slain media workers to six this year in Mexico.

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North Korea's Kim Yong Chol in US for meeting with Mike Pompeo

Former spy chief Kim Yong Chol set to meet top US diplomat as Russia's Lavrov heads to North Korea for talks.

Kim Yong Chol

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Starbucks closes thousands of stores for racial bias training

Major coffee chain trains 175,000 employees but critics question whether such an exercise will tackle underlying issues.

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