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AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, CaribbeanAP PHOTOS: Angry Puerto Ricans protest to demand governor resign, Venezuela frees clarinetist jailed after criticizing government, migrants hoping to get into U.S. wait nervously in Mexican shelters
The Associated Press8 hours ago
Navy brass, low budget blamed for Argentina sub tragedyAn Argentine legislative commission has concluded that the sinking of a submarine with all 44 crewmembers was caused by the inefficiency of naval commanders and budget limitations, discarding theories the vessel was attacked or hit by a ship
The Associated Press11 hours ago
Bolsonaro defends 200 days in power amid criticismBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is defending his administration's first 200 days in power amid mounting criticism around issues ranging from the environment to nepotism
The Associated Press12 hours ago
El Salvador judge orders new charges for El Mozote massacreA Salvadoran judge has ruled that 17 former members of the country's military will also face charges of torture, forced disappearance and forced displacement related to the 1981 El Mozote massacre
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Mexico attends thousands of unaccompanied migrant minorsMexico's National Migration Institute says child protection officials have assisted since December more than 10,000 unaccompanied minors, most of them from Central America
The Associated Press12 hours ago
Puerto Ricans try to forge movement to oust governorPuerto Ricans are waging a far-flung effort to forge a sustainable protest movement to turn Gov. Ricardo Rosselló out of office
The Associated Press14 hours ago
Ecuador has first same-sex marriage, following court rulingA lesbian couple has married in Ecuador in the first same-sex wedding since a landmark ruling last month by the country's highest court
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Asylum seekers waiting in Nuevo Laredo fear lurking dangersFor the 1,800 or so asylum seekers and migrants currently stuck in Nuevo Laredo waiting for a chance at refuge in the United States, fear is palpable and stories of harrowing experiences are common.
The Associated Press17 hours ago
Argentina acts against Hezbollah, blamed for terror attacksArgentina's government has branded Hezbollah a terrorist organization and frozen its assets
The Associated Press18 hours ago
Circle K Mexico apologizes for "sexist" Secretary Day adCircle K Mexico is apologizing for an advertisement on "Secretary Day" that promoted a deal on chocolate, red wine and condoms
The Associated Press18 hours ago
Mexican to seek return of "Chapo" Guzman's drug moneyMexico's president says he will use legal channels to try to get the fortune of convicted drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman returned to Mexico
The Associated Press19 hours ago
Burglars rob Puerto Rico police station of guns, ammunitionPuerto Rico's police department says somebody has broken into a police station and stolen weapons on the southern part of the U.S. territory
The Associated Press22 hours ago
Singer Ricky Martin speaks to the crowd, accompanied by Puerto Rican rapper Rene Juan Perez known by his stage name of Residente and Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, known by his stage name Bad Bunny (with flag) in front of the Puerto Rican Capitol, before a protest march against governor Ricardo Rosello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Protesters are demanding Rossello step down for his involvement in a private chat in which he used profanities to describe an ex-New York City councilwoman and a federal control board overseeing the island's finance. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo)
Fed-up Puerto Ricans march demanding governor resignThousands of people in Puerto Rico have marched to the governor's residence in San Juan, carrying the U.S. territory's flag and chanting demands for Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to resign
The Associated Press1 day ago
Mexico cuts budget for all, from athletes to archaeologistsMexico's president cutting budgets for all, from athletes to archaeologists
The Associated Press1 day ago
Lawyer to be Mexico's first body builder at Pan Am GamesCarlos Suárez will be the first Mexican to participate in the body-building competition at the Pan American Games and he spends six hours each day getting his body in peak shape, on top of his responsibilities as a workers' rights lawyer and law professor
The Associated Press1 day ago
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