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Children separated from parents at US border sob, wail desperately

Los Angeles - Several Central American children separated from parents at the southern US border are heard desperately sobbing and wailing in a recording released Monday by transparency group ProPublica, some so hard they almost cannot breathe.

Cuba says cause of US diplomats' illness still a mystery

Havana - Cuban authorities on Sunday said they remained baffled by a mystery ailment that has afflicted numerous US diplomats on the island, with the latest case reported last month.

Google's Schmidt in Cuba to meet new leader

Havana - Eric Schmidt, a board member of Google's parent company Alphabet, met Monday with Cuba's new president to discuss improving Cuban internet connectivity, one of the world's lowest."The benefits of the internet to the world are extraordinary.

Two Venezuelan generals among group detained for 'treason': lawyer

Caracas - Two Venezuelan generals were among a group of people arrested last week for allegedly plotting against the country's President Nicolas Maduro, their lawyer said Sunday.The generals are accused of leading a group of eight soldiers and a civilian.

FARC leader wanted in US suspends hunger strike

Apo - Former FARC leader Jesus Santrich said Saturday he has halted a 41-day-old hunger strike, two days after a Colombian court suspended his extradition to the United States.

Exploding e-cigarette killed Florida man, coroner says

Miami - An exploding e-cigarette killed a Florida man and set fire to his apartment, an autopsy has found.

Colombia suspends extradition of FARC leader to US

Apo - A Colombian court set up to try crimes committed by former leftist rebels during decades of conflict on Thursday suspended the extradition of a former FARC leader wanted in the United States.

Mexico says NAFTA deal still possible in coming weeks

Mexico - Mexico said Thursday there is no "do-or-die date" to conclude an updated trade deal with the United States and Canada, insisting a new agreement is possible from the end of May.

Hurricanes cost Caribbean tourism more than $700 mn: report

Miami - The tourism industry in the Caribbean region attracted almost one million fewer visitors after hurricanes Irma and Maria hit last year, costing it over $700 million, according to an industry study released Monday.

US-Mexico border embrace for separated families

Juarez - For three minutes, the border no longer existed for Ivan Castaneda and the family he left behind in the United States when he was deported to Mexico.

Brazil says US gave 'ultimatum' over steel, aluminum tariffs

Bras - Brazil said Thursday it has been forced to accept either tariffs or quotas by the US, despite what Washington described as a preliminary deal to resolve a dispute over US tariffs on steel and aluminum.

US asylum seekers with children face wrenching, Solomonic choice

Tijuana - Yolany Reyes is adamant about one thing: no one is going to separate her from her three-year-old son."It would be like taking away part of me," said the 26-year-old Honduran.

Marches, protests as Latin America marks May Day

Havana - Close to a million Cubans turned out in Havana on Tuesday to mark their first May Day of the post-Castro era, in a mass show of support for the revolution and the communist island's new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel.

On first May Day without Castro, Cuba looks to Díaz-Canel

Havana - Close to a million Cubans turned out en masse in Havana on Tuesday to mark their first May Day of the post-Castro era, in a mass show of support for the revolution and the communist island's new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel.

Central American migrants reach US border

Tijuana - At least 150 Central American migrants reached the border between Mexico and the United States on Sunday, determined to seek asylum from the US.

Migrants at US border ask Trump to have heart

Tijuana - Olga Caballero and her four children set out from southern Mexico a month ago as part of a US-bound caravan that infuriated President Donald Trump.

Florida school shooting 'hero' files first civil suit against gunman

Miami - A young survivor of the February 14 school massacre in Florida who was repeatedly shot while protecting fellow students filed the first civil lawsuit Tuesday against the shooter.

Ivanka Trump talks up LatAm women's fund for entrepreneurs

- Ivanka Trump, daughter and advisor to US President Donald Trump, on Friday announced a private-public funding plan to boost businesses started by women in Latin America.

Florida school shooter wants to donate inheritance to survivors

Miami - Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz wants to donate his inheritance -- which could run to hundreds of thousands of dollars or more -- to the bereaved families and survivors of his attack, his lawyers said Wednesday.

Brazil's Temer to call Trump over steel tariffs

S - Brazilian President Michel Temer said Wednesday he intends to call President Donald Trump to complain about plans for US tariffs on imports of foreign steel and aluminum -- and warned of WTO action.

Brazil feels pain of US steel tariffs

Bras - Brazilian iron and steel shares took a hit Friday, as markets weighed a potential trade war in response to Washington's decision to impose hefty tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum.

Trump Organization taking legal action over Panama Hotel name change

Panama - The Trump Organization is taking legal action over the name change of a luxury hotel it used to manage in Panama -- as it remains entangled in a complex battle with the new owner, who removed Trump's name from the facade of the building.

Florida passes law blocking state investment in Venezuela

Miami - Florida lawmakers on Thursday passed a law prohibiting the US state from investing in companies that have business ties with the Venezuelan government.

Jury selection begins in US trial of ex-Bolivian president

Miami - Jury selection began Monday in the civil trial of former Bolivian president Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada over his alleged role in the killing of more than 50 civilians during disturbances in 2003.

Cuban cigars: a treasure from Havana to Beijing

Pinar Del R - When they rip the big green leaves from the tobacco plant, Cuban farmers know they're touching gold.The island nation's legendary cigars have closed another year for the record books, in large part thanks to Chinese consumption.

What impact would a US oil embargo have on Venezuela?

Caracas - Venezuela would suffer a devastating economic blow if the United States saw through threats to impose an embargo on its oil exports, but such a move would not guarantee any change of leadership in Caracas, analysts say.

Mexican hosts open 'difficult' new round of NAFTA talks

Mexico - Negotiators from the United States, Mexico and Canada opened a new round of talks Sunday on overhauling the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the Mexican hosts warning of turbulence but analysts expressing cautious optimism.

Mexico to host 'difficult' new round of NAFTA talks

Mexico - Negotiators from the United States, Mexico and Canada open a new round of talks Sunday on overhauling the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the Mexican hosts already warning of turbulence.

'El Chapo' gripes about cash flow ahead of Sept 5 trial

New York - Accused Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is struggling to pay his legal fees, his lawyer said Thursday as a US judge set his trial for September 5.

US Congress takes up fate of 1.8 million young immigrants

Washington - The citizenship hopes of 1.8 million immigrants brought to the United States as children hung in the balance Monday as Congress launched debate on the hot-button issue, with President Donald Trump eager to "make a deal" on new legislation.
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