LATIN AMERICA NEWS ROUNDUP – JULY 26, 2019

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Protesters sitting in the shade during a rally in Daley Plaza on July 13, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.(Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)
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News Americas,  NEW YORK, NY, Fri. JULY 26, 2019: Here are the top stories making news from across Latin America for the week-ending July 26, 2019:

Mexican national Pedro Arriago-Santoya has become the seventh individual to pass away in USICE custody in Fiscal Year 2019.

A Brazilian Court Has Ordered Petrobras To Refuel Iranian Ships that have been unable to leave the port of Paranagua for the past 50 days.

The U.S. State Department is once again warning Americans about traveling to certain parts of Peru due to crime there.

Donald Trump Will Get To Decide The Fate Of Venezuela’s Oil Sector As The Chevron Waiver Is Set To Expire On July 27th.

Hundreds Of Central America Migrants Sent Back By The US Have Been Dumped In Mexico’s Monterrey.

The White House Says It Is Actively Investigating Imposing A Travel Ban On Guatemala Unless It Takes Significant Steps To Curb Illegal Migration Northward.

Panama Has Become The First Central American Nation To Ban Plastic Bags.

Chinese, Russian And Indian Officials Are In Brazil For Talks Around BRICS.

Argentine boxer Hugo Santillan, 23, has died from injuries sustained during a title fight, just days after the death of Russian fighter Maxim Dadashev.

And Lin-Manuel Miranda, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin And More Are Among Top Artists Celebrating The Pending Resignation Of Puerto Rico’s Governor.

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