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Colombia FARC Rebels Ask Jesse Jackson to Assist Hostage Release

Colombia's FARC rebels called on Saturday for U.S. civil rights activist Jesse Jackson to oversee the release of a former U.S. Marine they kidnapped...

Death Toll in Mexico Ammonia Leak Rises to 7

The death toll from an ammonia leak in southern Mexico has risen to seven after four more people died of their injuries.    

Travel Book Transports Readers to Best Places to Ski, Snowboard

Schussing down all the trails on the mountains described in the new book "Fifty Places to Ski & Snowboard Before You Die" would require...

Members of Congress, in Cuba, Discuss Trade but Don’t Meet With...

An expected session with President Raúl Castro did not materialize after the delegation met with several Cuba dissidents.

Black Caps Turn Into The Grinch That Stole The West Indies...

News Americas, LONDON, England, Mon. Dec. 23, 2013: The New Zealand cricket squad yesterday turned into the Grinch that stole what could have been...

Haiti President Seeks UN Funds to Rebuild Country

Haiti President Michel Martelly has urged the United Nations to divert some of the billions of dollars it spends yearly on peacekeeping efforts to...

Cuban Music Icon Silvio Rodriguez Challenges State Censorship

The best known musician in Cuba and a staunch supporter of the island's communist revolution, Silvio Rodriguez, has challenged state censorship by inviting a...

Peacekeeping by U.N. Faces New Scrutiny on 2 Fronts

The United Nations was charged in a lawsuit with gross negligence in Haiti’s cholera epidemic, and accused by an anticorruption organization of oversight lapses...

Dutch King Willem-Alexander Succeeds Mother Beatrix

Willem-Alexander became the first king of the Netherlands since 1890 on Tuesday, ascending a throne largely stripped of political power but still invested with...

Cuba, U.S. renew talks while differing over Venezuela

By Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba and the United States renewed talks on restoring diplomatic relations on Monday, this time amid secrecy and...

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