Latin America and Caribbean News

FILE - This April 27, 2006 file photo shows the U.S.-Mexico border fence near Smuggler's Gulch west of the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego. Twenty-six days after being apprehended on May 23, 2018 at the U.S.-Mexico border with his son, a Brazilian man in detention says he has no idea when he may see his 9-year-old, who he fears is distraught and having difficulty communicating since he only speaks Portuguese.  (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File)
'He cried and hugged me': Brazilian still separated from sonA Brazilian man who was detained at the US-Mexico border was separated from his 9-year-old son and has not seen him in 26 days
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UN: Basic human rights being 'chiseled away' in VenezuelaA U.N. report says the rule of law in Venezuela is quickly eroding as officials allow government security forces to kill citizens without any apparent consequences
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Mexico opium poppy growers see price drop, turn to marijuanaOpium poppy growers in southern Mexico say prices for their product have been driven so low that they are turning in desperation back to another crop they know well: marijuana
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AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, CaribbeanAP PHOTOS: Guatemalans pick up pieces after devastating volcano eruptions, Colombians elect young conservative as next president, more street clashes in Nicaragua's unrest
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Stray bullets kill 2 14-year-olds as Rio violence risesTwo 14-year-olds have been killed by stray bullets in Rio de Janeiro as violence and police efforts to contain it increase in the Brazilian city
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Colombia: Bodies of kidnapped press workers possibly foundColombian President Juan Manuel Santos says the bodies of three Ecuadorean press workers kidnapped in a conflictive border region may have been found
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Puerto Rico defies board over law protecting workersLegislators in Puerto Rico are challenging a federal control board overseeing the island's finances over a law that protects workers from unjust firings
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Violence keeps Central Americans coming to US despite TrumpLevels of gang violence akin to war zones, endemic poverty and lawlessness: The reasons driving so many Central Americans from their homes are showing no signs of abating despite the separation of children from their parents
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Mexico central bank raises key interest rate to 7.75 percentMexico's central bank has decided to raise its key interbank interest rate to 7.75 percent from 7.5 percent
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Guatemalan girl burned in volcanic eruption dies in TexasAuthorities: Guatemalan child severely burned in the country's recent volcanic eruption has died in a Texas hospital
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2 mayoral candidates killed in Mexico, 18 dead so farTwo candidates for mayorships of conflict-ridden rural towns in western Mexico are dead, so far in the 2018 campaign
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Cuba slightly loosens controls on state mediaCuba is slightly loosening controls on its state-run media under its new president
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Mexico court upholds ruling against presidential candidateMexico's federal Electoral Tribunal has upheld a finding of campaign irregularities by independent presidential candidate Jaime Rodriguez
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Honduran woman fearing deportation given sanctuary in churchA Honduran woman says she's facing deportation has been given sanctuary in a Virginia church
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Venezuela president boosts minimum wage as inflation soarsVenezuela's president says he is again raising the minimum wage, though it still will be below the equivalent of $2 a month as inflation soars in the crisis-stricken country
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