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A woman was killed and 13 others injured in a shooting in Toronto on Sunday night, Police Chief Mark Saunders said.
Mothers and other family members of detained anti-government protesters fled to the Managua Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception after pro-government groups harassed them, the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights said.
Ten former members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have officially become legislators in Colombia's Congress.
The remains of eight men allegedly slain by suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur in Toronto have been identified, police said Friday.
Before US immigration authorities detained him and took his son, the Honduran migrant said he spent three days in the hands of armed men who identified themselves as members of the Gulf Cartel.
Two brothers from Ontario who allegedly assaulted several people, including one man who reportedly remains in intensive care, are the subjects of a hate crime investigation, Canadian police said Wednesday.
Toronto police found additional human remains almost every day after resuming a search of a property linked to suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur, according to police.
A major stronghold of Nicaragua's anti-government movement was retaken after police and supporters of President Daniel Ortega stormed the suburb.
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At least 273 people have died and 2,000 have been injured in the unrest that's rocked Nicaragua since April, according to the human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS).
Two men were killed Friday night in Managua after pro-government forces attacked the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, the strongest protest holdout in the capital, according to Paulo Abrao, the executive secretary of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.
Haiti's Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned Saturday amid protests sparked by a proposed hike in fuel prices.
When their tomatoes began going missing, a family in Montreal, Canada assumed it was the work of a squirrel. But when they checked their security camera, they saw the tomato thief had been the postman all along.
The agony and desperation are written all over migrants' faces. But what you can't see is how bad their homelands really are.
Scientists at the Teopanzolco archeological site discovered an ancient temple this week that was exposed by the devastating earthquake in central Mexico last September.
It seemed like the perfect holiday photo opportunity: Crystal blue waters and a pack of docile nursing sharks lazing on the docks of Staniel Cay in the Bahamas.
Two gunmen on a motorcycle, apparently aiming for a bar bouncer in Mexico City, killed a 27-year-old California woman with a stray bullet as she reportedly was celebrating her first wedding anniversary, sources said.
An estimated 70 people died as the result of sweltering temperatures that hit Canada's Quebec province last week, according to health officials.
A number of US missionary groups are stranded in Haiti after protesters took to the streets following a fuel price hike ordered by the government.
The US Embassy in Haiti warned its citizens Saturday to stay inside amid continued demonstrations in the capital of Port-au-Prince and a northern city following a fuel price hike.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador made his way to Mexico City's National Palace as a passenger in a Volkswagon sedan, as photographers riding on the back seats of a swarm of motorcycles tried to capture an image of Mexico's next president.
A former newspaper reporter said Friday that allegations in an editorial claiming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau groped her at a musical festival 18 years ago are true, but she considers the matter closed.
A blistering heat swept through parts of Canada this week, killing 54 people in the province of Quebec, according to health officials.
Charges have been filed against the driver of a tractor-trailer that collided with a bus carrying members of a Canadian junior hockey team, killing 16 people, authorities in Canada's Saskatchewan province said Friday afternoon.
At least 24 people were killed in a series of explosions Thursday in Tultepec, a Mexican town where similar deadly incidents have occurred before.
A Canadian man was killed protecting his children from a polar bear while they were visiting an island in Canada's Arctic Archipelago, police said.
Toronto police on Wednesday returned to a home linked to suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur and discovered "items of interest," a spokeswoman said.
High heat and humidity are to blame for the deaths of at least 17 people since Sunday in Quebec, according to Dr. David Kaiser of Montreal's Regional Public Health Department.