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After weeks of violent protests that left at least 22 people dead, Venezuelans took to the streets Saturday dressed in white to pay tribute to those who were killed in the latest anti-government demonstrations.
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans who have reached a breaking point over the country's humanitarian and political crisis poured into the streets all over the country on Wednesday. They demanded that the government let aid enter Venezuela to help the many people who are desperate for food and medicine. They demanded that the government hold elections, free political prisoners, and reestablish judicial independence and the powers of the National Assembly.
From its Caribbean beaches to the snow-capped Andes, Venezuela is a place of astonishing natural beauty. It also possesses the largest proven oil reserves in the world.
It was another day of violent protests in Venezuela's capital of Caracas, where a convoy of armored trucks, or "rinocerontes," inched forward on a major highway as smoke drifted overhead.
Just days after insisting that any spending bill to keep the federal government open include more than $1 billion for his proposed border wall, President Trump backed off that pledge -- abruptly ending the expected brinksmanship between the White House and Congress expected to dominate the week.
Dozens of gunmen detonated explosives and set vehicles on fire as they stormed a private security firm in Paraguay, taking millions of dollars and sparking a violent police chase into Brazil.
Venezuela's foreign minister has demanded that Colombia return three military officers who have sought political asylum in the neighboring country.
They say good things come to those who wait -- and Canada's rugby sevens team has done its fair share of waiting.
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There are no more people officially missing after mudslides in Colombia that killed at least 254, the country's president said on Twitter Sunday.
A Mexican cartel boss once aligned with Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and referred to by authorities as one of the "Goliaths" of drug straffickers was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for his involvement in an international drug ring.
Six Venezuelan government employees have been arrested for allegedly selling Venezuelan identification cards and passports to people of "Syrian origin," according to the Venezuelan attorney general's office.
After weeks of steady rain, a ray of sunlight: A woman gave birth to a healthy baby girl inside a rescue helicopter as she was being lifted from a flooded village in northern Peru, the Peruvian Army said.
A coastal village dating back to the last ice age has been discovered by researchers in western Canada.
Violence erupts during a special meeting of the Venezuelan National Assembly. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A Science Channel found hexagon-shaped "air bombs" over the Bermuda Triangle. The report suggests "air bombs" are capable of bringing down planes and ships.
Cuba has declared war on the Zika virus, with fumigation squads going house to house to prevent the disease from spreading. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
A creative agency in Toronto asked Canadians to #TellAmericaItsGreat in response to the upcoming U.S. election.