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Venezuela arrests opposition activists ahead of rally

President Maduro labels protest march planned for Thursday a plot to stir up violence and set the stage for a coup.

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Chicago police recommends dismissals for shooting

Lacquan McDonald, 17, was carrying a three-inch blade when he was shot 16 times by officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014.

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Syria's war: US takes in 10,000 refugees in one year

The White House says it is working with Congress to increase the target by a few thousand for 2017.

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US court denies appeal 28 mothers and their children

Granting them fewer rights than Guantanamo detainees, the court ordered the Latin American families to be sent back.

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Brazil: Defiant Dilma Rousseff appears at Senate trial

Suspended Brazilian president rejects allegations of budget manipulation and accuses her rivals of staging a coup.

Dilma Rousseff

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Colombia ceasefire ends half-century-long war

Government and FARC fighters declare end to 52-year-old conflict, with a peace deal expected to be signed in September.

Juan Manuel Santos

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Venezuela jails ex-San Cristobal mayor Daniel Ceballos

Wife says ex-San Cristobal mayor transported to jail in ambulance after being told he was being taken for medical exam.

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Haiti's peanut producers oppose 500-tonne US donation

Over 50 groups of farmers and aid workers seek to stop planned 500-tonne shipment that US officials term a donation.

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Soldiers killed in ambush in northern Paraguay

Roadside bomb targets army patrol in northern border region in attack blamed by government on Marxist group.

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Brazil: Dilma Rousseff trial told she broke no laws

Nelson Barbosa, former economy minister, testifies that suspended president did not break the law or harm the economy.

Brazil senate

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