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Report reveals spike in killings of environmentalists

Global Witness says 116 activists were killed last year, a 20 percent rise from the previous year.

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More severe storms lash the southeast US

Damaging winds and violent storms with large hail bring down trees and power lines across the Deep South.

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Deaths in violence as Mexican cartel chief captured

Three die in gunfights following arrest of cartel leader and three of his comrades in city of Reynosa near US border.

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Gang leader's arrest sets off riots in Mexican city

Gun battles erupt and vehicles burn in Reynosa, in Tamaulipas state, after arrest of El Gafe, a leader of Gulf Cartel.

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Hunger strike for Lynch as US attorney general

Civil rights activists go on hunger strike to demand Republicans confirm the nomination of Loretta Lynch.

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#Colombia to resume bombing of #FARC targets

Ten soldiers killed by rebels in early morning ambush described by President Santos as a "rupture" of FARC's ceasefire.

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#Brazil ruling party official held amid Petrobras probe

Joao Vaccari Neto seen as closest figure to President Rousseff to be implicated so far in corruption investigation.

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Man lands mini helicopter on US Capitol grounds

Florida postal carrier named Doug Hughes takes responsibility for stunt, saying he was "just delivering the mail".

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Colombian soldiers killed in apparent rebel attack

Peace talks with FARC rebels under threat as Colombians call on their president to call of negotiations due to attack.

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#Cuba: Removal from US terror sponsor list is fair

US leader tells Congress that Cuba "has provided assurances that it will not support acts of international terrorism".

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