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#Suriname leader's son admits 'US attack plot'

The son of the president of Suriname has admitted charges in a New York court that he offered to help US agents posing as the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah a base in his country for operations against the US in an elaborate sting operation.

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#Ebola drug '100% effective' in monkey trials

The experimental Ebola drug ZMapp cured all 18 of the lab monkeys infected with the virus, including those suffering the fever and haemorrhaging characteristic of the disease and just hours from death, scientists have said.

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#Nicaragua gold miners trapped after landslide

Rescuers worked Friday to reach at least 24 gold miners trapped by a landslide in northern Nicaragua.

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#Colombia grants gay couples adoption rights

Colombia has taken a major step in recognising the rights of same-sex couples, after the country's leading court granted limited adoption rights to gay and lesbian couples.

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Record amount of cocaine captured in #Peru

Peruvian police have seized a record 6.5 tonnes of cocaine in a quiet coastal town this week, arresting seven Peruvians and two Mexicans suspected of trying to smuggle the load to Europe as coal, President Ollanta Humala has said.

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Argentines stage strike over ailing economy

Argentine workers have launched a general strike to protest rising unemployment and runaway inflation, adding to President Cristina Kirchner's problems as her government deals with a new debt default.

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#Blackwater four 'made corpses of innocents'

Four Blackwater guards accused of killing 14 Iraqi civilians turned "innocent people ... into bullet-riddled corpses" for no reason, the prosecution has told their US trial as it neared its conclusion.

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US police shoot suspect and TV crew member

A robbery suspect carrying a plastic-pellet gun and a crew member with the TV show "Cops'' were shot dead by police during a response to a restaurant hold-up in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Colombian drug hitman 'Popeye' released

One of Colombia’s most notorious hired killers, John Jairo Velasquez, has been released from prison after serving 22 years of his 30-year sentence for murder, police and judicial sources have said.

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Deal reached to end deadly #Brazil jail riot

Brazilian authorities have reached a deal with rioting prisoners who killed four fellow inmates, beheading two of them, and held two guards hostage.

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