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Venezuela’s Regime Denies Troops Shot Civilians; Guaido Appears at Aid Concert
Jorge Arreaza also warned that the US and its allies will try to blame the Maduro regime for anything untoward that may occur on Saturday as supporters of Guaido try to bring the aid into the country over the objections of authorities...
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  Venezuela (Click here for more Venezuela news)
 2/22/2019   Venezuelan Regime Says Its Troops Didn’t Kill Anyone
 2/22/2019   Venezuela’s Guaido Makes Appearance at Aid Concert
 2/22/2019   Maduro Blocks Bridge to Keep Out Humanitarian Aid for Venezuela, Colombia Says
 2/22/2019   Russia: US Plotting Aid Convoy Hijack to Give Arms to Venezuelan Opposition
 2/22/2019   UN: Number of Venezuelans Who Have Left Home Country Reaches 3.4 Million
  Colombia (Click here for more)
 2/22/2019   Colombia Demolishes Pablo Escobar’s Former Luxury Home
 2/21/2019   Colombian City to Demolish Symbol of Pablo Escobar’s Power
 2/20/2019   Colombia’s Chief Negotiator with FARC Rebels Opens Up about 5 Years in Cuba
 2/9/2019   Colombia Launches International Think Tank Aimed at Spurring Nation’s Development
 2/5/2019   Red Cross: There’s No Gender Perspective in Colombia’s Prison Policy
 2/22/2019   Six Suspected Criminals Killed by Mob in Mexico
 2/22/2019   Mexican President Endorses Lawmakers’ Changes to National Guard
 2/21/2019   Mexican Parties Reach Consensus on New Public-Safety Forces
 2/21/2019   Mexico Making Progress against Fuel Theft, President Says
 2/21/2019   Representatives of over 350 Cities Expected at Smart City Expo in Mexico
  Brazil (Click here for more)
 2/22/2019   Brazil Bringing Home Doctors after Cuba Pulls Out of Medical-Exchange Program
 2/20/2019   Brazil President Delivers Pension-Overhaul Bill to Congress
 2/20/2019   Shop Selling Black Dolls Promotes Diversity, Inclusion in Brazil
 2/18/2019   Bolsonaro Confirms Privatization of 12 Brazil Airports in March
 2/16/2019   Brazilian Economic Activity Expands 1.15% in 2018
 2/22/2019   Argentines Raise Cameras in Protest against Photographers’ Arrest
 2/21/2019   Argentina Wants Cooperation with Vietnam on Agriculture, Innovation
 2/20/2019   Argentina’s Macri Begins Official Visit to Vietnam to Boost Trade Ties
 2/20/2019   Pro-Abortion Protests Return to the Streets of Buenos Aires
 2/19/2019   Argentina President Sees India as Gateway for Trade between Asia, Americas
 2/21/2019   Bolivian Scientist Recognizes Indigenous People’s Herbal Knowledge in Books
 2/18/2019   24 Die in Bus Crash in Bolivia
 2/17/2019   Hats Are Symbol of Bolivia’s Indigenous Peoples
 2/10/2019   Women Making Progress in Bolivian Armed Forces
 2/5/2019   Bolivia’s 1st Contingent of Female Soldiers Complete Their Service
 2/22/2019   Port-au-Prince Slum Exemplifies Dire Problems of Crisis-Racked Haiti
 2/20/2019   Three Slain amid Continuing Strife in Haiti
 2/20/2019   Haitian Opposition to Resume Protests to Demand Resignation of Moise
 2/19/2019   Haiti Slowly Returns to Normal after Weeks of Protests
 2/18/2019   Haiti Police: Seven Foreigners Arrested for Automatic Weapons Possession
  Central America
 2/17/2019   Trompita the Elephant Celebrates 58th Birthday at Guatemalan Zoo
 2/16/2019   Panama Canal Names New Chief Administrator
 2/16/2019   Salvadoran Woman Accused of Having Abortion Freed Pending New Trial
 2/14/2019   Panamanian State Bank Sounds Alarm
 2/13/2019   Arias Gives Statement to Costa Rican Prosecutors on Sex Charges
 2/20/2019   Former Pinochet Agent Arrested in Australia Faces Extradition
 2/16/2019   Chile, the Perfect Window on 2019’s Total Eclipse of the Sun
 2/16/2019   Chilean Authorities Battle 31 Wildfires
 2/16/2019   Chile Files Countersuit with ICJ against Bolivia over Silala River
 2/14/2019   Activity Increases in Central Chile Volcano
 2/18/2019   Largest Cuban Cigar Festival to Date Opens in Havana
 2/16/2019   Cuban Youth Spearhead Recovery from Tornado
 2/6/2019   Nearly 10,000 Havana Residents Displaced by Tornado
 1/30/2019   Nearly 5,000 Displaced by Tornado That Struck Cuban Capital
 1/29/2019   Havana Struggles Back to Normal after Deadly, Destructive Tornado
  Ecuador (Click here for more)
 2/18/2019   Climate Change Threatens 2 of Ecuador’s 7 Glaciers
 2/17/2019   Art Is Alive Among Patients at Quito Psychiatric Hospital
 2/12/2019   Galapagos Celebrates 60 Years as Protected Area, with Challenges Ahead
 1/28/2019   One Hurt in Indigenous Protest against Ecuador Government
 1/27/2019   Two Ecuadorians Preparing to Open New Himalaya Route in March
 2/14/2019   Panama’s Varela Meets with Abdo Benitez on Official Visit to Paraguay
 2/12/2019   Paraguay Issues Land Titles to Hundreds of Peasant Families
 2/8/2019   Network of Moms Donates Breast Milk to 1,000 Paraguay Babies
 2/5/2019   Paraguayan President to Attend Hearing on Torture Accusations
 1/16/2019   Reforestation Proposed as Alternative to Military Service in Paraguay
 2/21/2019   Peru Unveils Biscuit Enriched with Iron to Help Tackle Childhood Anemia
 2/16/2019   Indigenous Names Make Comeback in Peru amid Push to Recover Culture, Identity
 1/8/2019   Bodies of 3 Spaniards Killed in Peru Avalanche Retrieved
 12/17/2018   EU Signs Agreement in Peru to Promote Transparency
 12/12/2018   Report Warns of Possible Toxic Leaks from Mining into Lima Water Supply
 2/11/2019   Uruguay Welcomed Fewer Tourists, but Their Spending Rose 15% in January
 1/28/2019   Music, Color and Dancing Flood Montevideo Streets for Carnival
 1/15/2019   Uruguay Wants to Make Its Dairy Industry More Competitive
 1/14/2019   Five Arrested in Uruguay for Trying to Blow Up ATM
 1/11/2019   Flooding in Uruguay Forces Hundreds from Their Homes
  Latin America (Click here for more)
 1/15/2019   ECLAC: 10% of Latin Americans Live in Extreme Poverty
 1/8/2019   Mastercard Wants to Make Latin America a Model of E-Commerce
 12/20/2018   ECLAC: Latin America to Grow Just 1.2% in 2018, 1.7% Next Year
 12/14/2018   Bolivarian Alliance’s 14th Year Overshadowed by Latin America’s Rising Right
 12/13/2018   Latin American Nations Back Strengthening Energy Integration
 2/22/2019   US Archdiocese Cupich Says Procedures Needed for Removal of Abusive Clergy
 2/21/2019   Trump, Kim to Meet One-on-One during Summit in Vietnam
 2/20/2019   One-Time “Miracle Baby” Fights Stigma of Suicide among Hispanics
 2/20/2019   US Teen in Native American Stand-Off Video Sues Media $250 Million for Defamation
 2/20/2019   Trump Wants California to Return High-Speed Rail Funds Worth $2.5 Billion
  World (Click here for more)
 2/22/2019   Thousands Evacuate Last ISIS Bastion in Eastern Syria
 2/22/2019   Nigeria Prepares for General Election
 2/22/2019   Experts, Families Demand Spanish Lawmakers Draft Suicide Prevention Plan
 2/22/2019   Student Greta Thunberg Leads Climate Change Protest in French Capital
 2/22/2019   Bangsamoro Interim Government Sworn In at Presidential Palace in Manila
  Business & Economy (Click here for more)
 2/22/2019   US and China Extend Trade Talks into the Weekend
 2/22/2019   Pinterest Files Confidentially for IPO
 2/22/2019   Kraft Heinz Discloses SEC Probe, Cuts Dividend, Misses Earnings Forecasts
 2/21/2019   US-China Trade Talks Resume in Washington
 2/21/2019   No-Deal Brexit Would Drive Up Food Prices, Heads of UK Retail Warn
  Oil, Mining & Energy (Click here for more)
 2/20/2019   Japan Court Orders Compensation for Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Evacuees
 2/19/2019   African Development Lies in Renewable Energy, Foundation Leader Says
 2/16/2019   Eight Trapped Miners Rescued in Central Zimbabwe
 2/16/2019   Kazakhstan Ready to Share Oil and Gas Know-How with Central Asian Neighbors
 2/14/2019   23 Miners Feared Dead in Zimbabwe after Gold Mines Flood
  Opinion (Click here for more)
 2/18/2019   Carlos Alberto Montaner: The Venezuela Landscape Seen from Cuba
 2/18/2019   Beatrice Rangel: The USA in Disarray?
 2/18/2019   Carlos Alberto Montaner: Bukele and How to End Poverty, Exodus and Violence
 2/11/2019   Beatrice Rangel: Understanding China's Interests in Venezuela and Latin America
 2/4/2019   Beatrice Rangel: On Venezuela's Day After
  Sports (Click here for more)
 2/22/2019   Umtiti Ready to Start for Barça against Sevilla
 2/22/2019   Valencia vs. Krasnodar, Sevilla-SK Slavia Prague in Europa League Last 16
 2/22/2019   FIFA Bans Chelsea Transfers over Misconduct with Youth Player Contracts
 2/22/2019   Antetokounmpo, Middleton Carry Bucks to 98-97 Win over Celtics
 2/22/2019   Melgar, Mineiro, Libertad Frontrunners to Enter Groups of Copa Libertadores
  Arts & Entertainment
 2/22/2019   Spanish Producer, Oscar Nominee for Best Animated Short: It’s Surreal
 2/22/2019   Albanian Artist Unveils Surreal US President Donald Trump Artwork
 2/22/2019   Pedro Almodovar’s Latest Movie Closes Spontaneous Biographical Trilogy
 2/22/2019   Botero Paintings of Exaggeratedly Rotund Subjects Opens in Spain
 2/21/2019   Surprising Twist in Smollett Case Causes Anger, Indignation in Chicago
  Science, Nature & Technology
 2/22/2019   Researchers Detect Bacterial Proteins That May Combat Antibiotic Resistance
 2/22/2019   Israel Successfully Launches World’s 1st Private Spacecraft to Moon
 2/22/2019   World’s Largest Bee Rediscovered in Indonesia after 38 Years
 2/22/2019   Spanish Scientists Create Early Cystic Fibrosis Diagnostic Smart Patch
 2/22/2019   Japanese Spacecraft Lands on Distant Asteroid to Collect Samples
  Society (Click here for more)
 2/21/2019   World Press Photo Nominee: First Thing I Remember Is the Smell of Chlorine
 2/14/2019   UK Prosecutor Not to Press Charges against Queen’s Husband over Car Crash
 2/14/2019   Spain’s Monarchs Lay Wreaths at Historic Memorial on 2nd Day in Morocco
 2/8/2019   King of Spain Backs Celebration of First Sailing Expedition around the World
 2/8/2019   Ex-Belgian King Could Pay 5,000-Euro Daily Fine for Refusing Paternity Test
  Job Openings in the Americas
 10/14/2017   Research Analyst - Latin America Upstream - Wood Mackenzie
 4/18/2017   Job Opportunity: Peter D. Bell Rule of Law Program Director at Inter-American Dialogue
 2/24/2016   US Attorney in Colombia
 2/23/2016   US Attorney in El Salvador
 2/13/2016   US Attorney for the Virgin Islands

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