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Rahaf Mohammed, the Saudi teenager who fled her family and was granted asylum in Canada, said Tuesday that she was fortunate to have escaped.
As a new migrant caravan begins trekking through Honduras with plans to head north, the country's government warns that parents could face prison time for traveling illegally with minors.
Twelve people have been arrested in Costa Rica and Spain in connection with an alleged kidnapping scheme involving an American owner of an online gambling company. William Sean Creighton Kopko, the owner of "5Dimes", an online gambling platform, was kidnapped on September 24th as he was about to leave his office in Costa Rica according to a statement issued by the Spanish Civil Guard.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday called the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro "illegitimate" and said the United States would use diplomatic efforts to try to restore democracy in the economically battered nation.
A double-decker bus crashed in Ottawa, Ontario, on Friday, killing three people and injuring at least 20, Mayor Jim Watson said at a news conference.
Rapper and LGBT activist Kevin Fret was shot to death Thursday as he rode a motorbike in Puerto Rico, CNN affiliate Noticentro.tv reported.
Gas stations in at least six Mexican states and the country's capital have been running dry for days. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has called for calm.
Residents of Canada's Roddickton-Bide Arm are used to seeing seals in town. Every winter, a few harp seals come ashore as waters freeze over -- but they're usually able to get back to the ocean on their own.
Officials in Cuba are investigating the cause of a bus crash that left seven people dead in the eastern party of the country, state media reported.
Mexican authorities found at least 20 bodies, most of them burned, along a dirt road in the northern state of Tamaulipas near the US border, officials said.
Gas stations in at least six Mexican states and the country's capital have been running dry for days. There's some concern exports could be affected, including tens of thousands of tons of avocados heading to the United States before the Super Bowl.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was sworn in for a second term on Thursday amid a longstanding economic crisis and pressure from some Latin American neighbors that won't recognize his presidency after a disputed election.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro begins another six years in power Thursday with a collapsing economy that shows no sign of bottoming out and a threat from some Latin American neighbors who say they will not recognize his government.
From his hideout in the mountains of Northwest Mexico, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman took pleasure in secretly listening in on the conversations of his wife, mistress and cartel associates, thanks to spyware the cartel leader had installed on their cell phones by an IT technician.
The driver of a tractor-traiiler that crashed into a bus, killing 16 people, pleaded guilty Tuesday in a Canadian provincial court.
The Amazon rainforest is critical in the regulation of global warming. But Brazil's new president has many worried about the forest's future.
A Mexican federal court told Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum not to spread negative messages about migrants. He's appealing.
The mayor of a town in the Mexican state of Oaxaca was killed less than two hours after taking office, the state attorney general's office said.
As the primary cocaine trafficking flow continues to happen between the US and Colombia, US Secretary Mike Pompeo and Colombian President Ivan Duque have pledged to work together to combat the surge in production.
Jair Bolsonaro was inaugurated Tuesday as the fifth elected president since Brazil returned to democracy after the 1964-85 military dictatorship that Bolsonaro himself once praised.
Agustín Gómez Pérez secured a loan to take his eight-year-old son far away from the impoverished village in the highlands of western Guatemala.
No trace of explosives has been found at the site of the helicopter crash that killed the new governor of the Mexican state of Puebla and her politician husband, a government official said Tuesday.
The new governor of the Mexican state of Puebla and her politician husband were killed Monday in a helicopter crash in central Mexico, according to the head of their political party.
A UN expert on the human rights of migrants has urged a "thorough" investigation into the death of a 7-year-old girl in US Customs and Border Protection custody,