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FILE - In this May 24, 2017 file photo, Peru's former President Alejandro Toledo addresses the New Economy Forum Globalization Dialogues at the United Nations in New York. Toledo, who faces corruption charges in his homeland, will appear before a federal judge in San Francisco Friday, July 19, 2019. Toledo was arrested in Northern California following an extradition request. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)
US judge denies bail for ex-Peruvian president ToledoA U.S. judge has denied bail for former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo after prosecutors argued he was a flight risk and pointed out officials found a suitcase with $40,000 in cash during his arrest
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A demonstrator helps another to overcome the effects of tear gas released by the police during clashes in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday, July 17, 2019. Thousands of people marched to the governor's residence in San Juan on Wednesday chanting demands for Gov. Ricardo Rossello to resign after the leak of online chats that show him making misogynistic slurs and mocking his constituents. (AP Photo / Carlos Giusti)
Besieged Puerto Rico governor goes quiet amid protestsIn the Spanish colonial fortress that serves as his official residence, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló is under siege
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El Salvador files graft charges against ex-justice ministerProsecutors in El Salvador are accusing an ex-minister of justice and public security of illicit enrichment and seeking restitution of over $1 million in allegedly misappropriated government funds
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Thieves stage armed robbery at Mexico's ex-first lady's homeA gang of at least seven gunmen burst into the Mexico City home of former first lady Angelica Rivera and forced employees to hand over valuables
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Venezuelan teen blinded by police fire still wants to studyA Venezuelan teenager who lost his eyesight when he was hit by police buckshot during a protest says he wants to continue studying
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Guatemala's highest court blocks proposed amnesty lawGuatemala's highest court has ruled against a legislative proposal to grant amnesty for human rights abuses during the country's 1960-1996 civil war
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Brazil's state oil company denies fuel to 2 Iranian shipsBrazil's state oil company has refused to supply two Iranian ships anchored in the southern port of Paraná because they belong to a company sanctioned by the United States
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Correction: El Salvador-Massacre storyCorrection: El Salvador-Massacre story
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Bedbugs, bad food at Mexico migrant detention centerMexico's National Human Rights Commission says a migrant detention center in the capital suffers from bedbugs, bad food and overcrowding
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Lobbyist: Venezuela's Falcón not seeking presidencyA Canadian lobbying firm hired by a Venezuelan political party has filed amended paperwork showing that opposition leader Henri Falcón will not make a new presidential run
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In this July 4, 2019 photo, Berthony Vilbrun points at a painting that was damaged during the earthquake 2010, at the Musée d'Art du Collège Saint Pierre, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The museum has only recently opened a tiny room to display a handful of paintings. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
Artists struggle to save Haiti museum after 2010 earthquakeA small group of artists is working to preserve paintings from the Haitian Museum of Art, which was damaged in the 2010 earthquake and has remained shuttered for nine years
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AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, CaribbeanAP PHOTOS: Angry Puerto Ricans protest to demand governor resign, Venezuela frees clarinetist jailed after criticizing government, migrants hoping to get into U.S. wait nervously in Mexican shelters
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Navy brass, low budget blamed for Argentina sub tragedyAn Argentine legislative commission has concluded that the sinking of a submarine with all 44 crewmembers was caused by the inefficiency of naval commanders and budget limitations, discarding theories the vessel was attacked or hit by a ship
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Bolsonaro defends 200 days in power amid criticismBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is defending his administration's first 200 days in power amid mounting criticism around issues ranging from the environment to nepotism
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Mexico attends thousands of unaccompanied migrant minorsMexico's National Migration Institute says child protection officials have assisted since December more than 10,000 unaccompanied minors, most of them from Central America
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