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Norte de Ciudad Juarez newspaper shuts down in protest

Norte de Ciudad Juarez is set to shut down due to ongoing violence against journalists, director says.

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Trump: If China doesn't deal with North Korea, we will

US president says trade could be a lever in getting China to take a tougher stance over North Korea's nuclear ambitions.

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Opposition alleges fraud in Ecuador presidential vote

Right-wing Lasso says he would contest the results after partial counting showed him trailing rival Moreno.

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Mocoa: Rescuers hunt for survivors as death toll rises

Search and rescue teams dig through mud after devastating landslides triggered by heavy rains kill more than 200.

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Moreno faces Lasso in second-round presidential runoff

Leftist former vice president Lenin Moreno faces conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso in the second-round runoff.

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Protesters set fire to Congress after secret vote

Demonstrations over secret Senate vote on bill that would allow President Cartes to run for re-election turn violent.

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Donald Trump calls Russia probe a 'witch hunt'

US president backs his former adviser Michael Flynn's move to ask for immunity if he were to testify.

Michael Flynn

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Scores killed as landslides devastate Colombia's Mocoa

Rescue effort suspended for the night as hundreds still missing following mudslides in Mocoa, southwest Colombia.

mudslides hit Colombia

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Venezuela's top court drops bid to assume Congress role

Supreme Court reverses decision after President Nicolas Maduro calls it to annul ruling to 'maintain balance of powers'.

Venezuela's Supreme Court

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Nicolas Maduro rejects coup allegations

President Nicolas Maduro vows to resolve controversy over decision by Supreme Court to strip Congress of its powers.

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