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The Development Bank’s Chief is Boosted by a Cyber Attack Linked to China

The cyberattack peaked just as finance ministers from across Latin America arrived in Washington to celebrate the Inter-American Development Bank’s 60th anniversary. On September 24,

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On the Southern Border, Mexico Restricts non-Essential Travel

On the Mexican banks of the Suchiate river on Sunday, immigration agents were out in force, enforcing Mexico’s new restrictions on all but necessary travel

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Chile’s COVID-19 Numbers are the Highest They’ve Ever Been in a Single day

Despite widespread restrictions and widely praised progress on vaccinations, Chile has reported the highest daily count of new coronavirus infections since the outbreak began. On

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Officials in Brazil Have Warned That a Conflict Between Indigenous People

Federal prosecutors warned on Saturday that a potential clash is looming in northern Brazil between the Munduruku people and mining prospectors armed with rifles and

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In the Midst of a Migrant Surge at the Mexican Border, Biden is hot on his Heels

They had no idea what was going to happen. Many of the most criticized Trump-era immigration policies were reversed by the Biden administration within weeks

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Prosecutors Charge a Venezuelan Money Launderer With Money Laundering

Prosecutors in Miami are seeking a lengthy prison sentence for a U.S.-based money manager who they say is obstructing their attempts to seize a $2.7

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A Meteor Streaks Across the sky of Cuba, Causing an Explosion

Scientists on the island said Saturday that a meteor lit up the sky over eastern Cuba and sparked an explosion. There was no damage or

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A Salvador Surfer in Preparation for a Tournament is Killed by Lightning

A surfer who had hoped to qualify for the Olympics was killed by lightning on a beach in El Salvador on Saturday, according to national

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Critics of a Security law Targeting Brazil’s President

Police in Brazil are beginning to use a dictatorship-era national security law against President Jair Bolsonaro’s critics, while lawyers and activists rally to assist them

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2.7 Million Vaccine Doses are Expected to Arrive in the United States Next Week

Mexico’s top diplomat said Friday that the United States will send 2.7 million doses of unused AstraZeneca vaccine to Mexico next week, despite concerns about