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Mexicans march to protest major infrastructure projectsMore than 1,000 people have marched through the center of Mexico City in opposition to the government's largest infrastructure projects
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Opposition leader Juan Guaido speaks during a interview with the Associated Press in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 21, 2020. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
AP Interview: Venezuela's Guaidó extols Trump allianceVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó says he trusts U.S. President Donald Trump's "firm and determined” backing following a White House meeting aimed at helping him steer the crisis-stricken nation toward a democratic transition
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Dominican government asks OAS to investigate e-vote failureGovernment officials announced Friday that they have asked the Organization of American States to investigate the failure of an electronic voting system some believe was tampered with in an incident that sparked protests and delayed municipal elections
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Judge: High-profile corruption trial to stay in Puerto Rico A federal judge on Friday denied a request to move an upcoming corruption trial against former Puerto Rico Education Secretary Julia Keleher to the U.S. mainland
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FILE - In this June 23, 2010 file photo, international lawyer Robert Amsterdam speaks during a press conference in Tokyo. On Friday, Feb. 21, 2020, Amsterdam defended the decision of Amsterdam & Partners to represent Nicolas Maduro's Inspector General Reinaldo Muñoz, brushing aside calls from Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott and others for lawyers to stay far away from Maduro’s “brutal regime.” (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)
Venezuela's Maduro taps DC firm to fight US sanctions A top official for Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's government has hired a Washington law firm that also represents Turkey, taking over from another legal team that backed out last month following an outcry from critics who accused it of supporting a repressive regime
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Son of Mexican drug kingpin pleads not guilty to US chargesThe son of a fugitive Mexican drug kingpin has pleaded not guilty to drug charges during an appearance in U.S. District Court after his overnight extradition from Mexico
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Bolivia bars ex-President Morales from running for SenateBolivia's Supreme Electoral Tribunal has rejected the candidacy of former President Evo Morales for a Senate seat in May's elections because he does not reside in the country, a decision the ousted leader called a “blow to democracy."
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Dominicans protest as officials detain 2 in e-vote probeHundreds have joined in a demonstration in the Dominican Republic demanding the resignation of the elections commission, in a fourth consecutive day of protests over the weekend failure of municipal elections
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Guyana celebrates 1st oil shipment after major discoveryGuyana’s government on Thursday prepared to sell its first barrels of oil after the discovery of large quantities of oil and gas near the South American country’s coast nearly five years ago
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Police find 24 decomposed bodies at house in western MexicoProsecutors in western Mexico say the arrest of a criminal gang led to the discovery of a house that had been used to dispose of 24 bodies
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Relatives post a photo of Fatima, a 7-year-old girl who was abducted from the entrance of the Enrique C. Rebsamen primary school and later murdered, at her home in Mexico City, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020. The girl's body was found wrapped in a bag and abandoned in a rural area on Saturday and was identified by genetic testing. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Mexican suspect once lived with dead girl's family A woman who allegedly took a seven-year-old girl away from school to be killed may have lived with the girl's family for a while in Mexico City to escape domestic violence
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Uber resumes operating in Colombia after 3-week hiatus Uber has restarted operations in Colombia after shutting down its app for almost three weeks
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Fabiana Rosales, the wife of opposition leader Juan Guaido, arrives to the building where the family of her husband's uncle Juan Jose Marquez lives in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020. Guaido says military police raided the home of his uncle early Thursday, a week after he was arrested on suspicion of bringing explosives into Venezuela on the same flight as Guaido. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Venezuelan police search home of detained uncle of Guaidó Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó says military police raided the home of his uncle, a week after the relative was arrested on his return with Guaidó to Venezuela
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Microsoft announces $1.1 billion investment in MexicoMicrosoft has announced a five-year, $1.1 billion investment plan in Mexico to develop training programs and increase the availability of cloud computing services
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