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Before the Storm, Ontario, Canada ? Photo of the Day

Before the Storm, Ontario, Canada ? Photo of the Day

Peggy Shand from Canada took our photo of the day: "Before the Storm", in Ontario, Canada.

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Mother and Daughter Face Felony Charges over At-Home Abortion in Nebraska

Mother and Daughter Face Felony Charges over At-Home Abortion in Nebraska

Authorities say the teenager, who was 17 at the time, broke the law by performing an abortion after 20 weeks.

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Organized groups call for protests today in Panama

Organized groups call for protests today in Panama

"The action seeks to send a strong message that we are not playing games, that we are demanding that what is agreed be complied with."

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Cuba?s Energy Crisis Worsens and Overwhelms the Population

Cuba?s Energy Crisis Worsens and Overwhelms the Population

"A lot of capital needs to be injected to get rid of these blackouts that are the bane of the Cuban population?s existence."

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Matagalpa, Nicaragua Besieged by Riot Police over Bishop

Matagalpa, Nicaragua Besieged by Riot Police over Bishop

Pressures are growing from the Ortega regime so that Rolando Alvarez, bishop of Matagalpa, be banished from his country...

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Police Forbid Food and Medicine to "Hostages? in Matagalpa

Police Forbid Food and Medicine to

Rolando Alvarez, bishop of the Diocese of Matagalpa, has been locked in with five priests, two seminarians, two choristers, and two cameramen.

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Police Forbid Food and Medicine to "Hostages? in Matagalpa

Police Forbid Food and Medicine to

Rolando Alvarez, bishop of the Diocese of Matagalpa, has been locked in with five priests, two seminarians, two choristers, and two cameramen.

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Police Forbid Food and Medicine to "Hostages? in Matagalpa

Police Forbid Food and Medicine to

Rolando Alvarez, bishop of the Diocese of Matagalpa, has been locked in with five priests, two seminarians, two choristers, and two cameramen.

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The Sky in Alamar, Havana, with the smoke from Matanzas ? Photo of the Da

The Sky in Alamar, Havana, with the smoke from Matanzas ? Photo of the Da

Irina Echarry from Cuba took our photo of the day: "The Sky in Alamar, Havana, with the smoke from Matanzas."

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Letter from Dennis Martinez to Monsignor Rolando Alvarez

Letter from Dennis Martinez to Monsignor Rolando Alvarez

I cried in admiration for your bravery, from seeing a living example of the courage of a leader that doesn?t hide from turbulent times.

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Petro Announces Tax Reform with "Social Sense? for Colombia

Petro Announces Tax Reform with

The new Colombian President calls for a more equitable distribution of wealth, social peace and protection of the environment.

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A Monday of Anguish in Havana

A Monday of Anguish in Havana

My sore throat woke me up. I went to the bathroom to gargle and looked out the window. An eerie glow was visible in the sky to the east.

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Catastrophe in Key Cuban Industrial Area in Matanzas

Catastrophe in Key Cuban Industrial Area in Matanzas

Without preliminary assessments of the significant damage, efforts are mainly focusing on extinguishing the fire and rescuing missing persons.

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Their Families? Silence Failed to Bring them Home

Their Families? Silence Failed to Bring them Home

Relatives now denounce that Esteban Paniagua and Armando Robles, detained since November 6th, have suffered bogus trials and cruel treatment.

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Former Guerrilla Gustavo Petro Sworn In as Colombia?s First Leftist President

Former Guerrilla Gustavo Petro Sworn In as Colombia?s First Leftist President

During his address, Petro vowed to fight inequality and climate change and to push for peace. He also condemned the US-led war on drugs.

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The Huge Fire in Matanzas, Cuba

The Huge Fire in Matanzas, Cuba

Moments of terror. It's the biggest fire I've ever seen and it's happening right now. They still haven't managed to extinguish the flames...

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Nicaragua: More Non-Profits of all Sizes Shut Down by Ortega

Nicaragua: More Non-Profits of all Sizes Shut Down by Ortega

By canceling this new group of 100 non-profits, the regime raises the number of shuttered organizations to 1,206 in 2022 alone.

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Those Who Need Cuba to Survive

Those Who Need Cuba to Survive

They only care about themselves, their own agendas, to the point that they can justify positions that can?t be ethically justified.

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Big Time Corruption Returns to Guatemala

Big Time Corruption Returns to Guatemala

Juan Luis Font analyzes the arrest of journalist Jose Ruben Zamora and the persecution of former anti-corruption prosecutors.

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Chevrolet on 23rd Street, Havana ? Photo of the Day

Chevrolet on 23rd Street, Havana ? Photo of the Day

Ernesto Gonzalez from Cuba took our photo of the day: "Chevrolet on 23rd Street," in Havana, Cuba.

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