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Pope Francis Fuels New Speculation on Future of Pontificate

Pope Francis added fuel to rumors about the future of his pontificate by announcing he would visit the central Italian city of L’Aquila in August for a feast initiated by Pope Celestine V, one of the few pontiffs who resigned before Pope Benedict XVI stepped down in 2013. Italian and Catholic media have been rife …...

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Keeping Title 42 In Place Won’t Slow US-Mexico Border Crossings, Officials Say

A court ruling blocking the termination of a Trump-era pandemic restriction at the US-Mexico border is unlikely to slow border crossings, Biden administration officials say, as migration in the Western hemisphere reaches new highs. Since taking office, President Joe Biden has faced mounting pressure over his handling of the US-Mexico...

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Mexico: AMLO’s Party and Allies Win Four Of Six States

On Sunday, more than 11.7 million Mexicans in the states of Aguascalientes, Durango, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo and Tamaulipas were called to vote to renew their governors. The president of the National Electoral Institute (INE), Lorenzo Córdova, informed this Monday that the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) of President...

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Human Rights Watch Described Guatemala’s Inclusion on The IACHR’s Blacklist for Human Rights Violations as Correct

The Organization declared that this is a “wise decision” and stressed that the situation in the Central American country “deserves greater international attention” Juan Pappier, a researcher for the Americas at Human Rights Watch (HRW), applauded on Friday the inclusion of Guatemala on the ‘black list’...

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Honduras Will Send Foreign Minister to Americas Summit

Honduran President Xiomara Castro will send Foreign Minister Eduardo Enrique Reina to attend the U.S.-hosted Summit of the Americas in her place next week, the government said on Twitter on Saturday. Some regional leaders, including Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, have said they would boycott the event if Cuba, Venezuela...

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Dominican Republic: Soldiers and Police on The Hunt for Criminals!

Complying with President Luis Abinader’s disposition to confront crime, the National Police and the Armed Forces started the joint operations “My Safe Country” yesterday afternoon to restore peace and tranquility to Dominicans. The police force was joined by more than a thousand soldiers of the Armed Forces, distributed in the...

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Cuba Committed to The Unity of Latin America and The Caribbean

When inaugurating, in this capital, the XXI Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America-People’s Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP), the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, reaffirmed his country’s commitment to the unity and integration of the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean, in the face of the divisionist...

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At Least 18 Have Died in Salvadoran Police Custody Amid Crackdown – Amnesty

At least 18 people have died in Salvadoran police custody since the Central American country introduced a controversial state of emergency to combat gangs two months ago, according to an investigation presented Thursday by Amnesty International. President Nayib Bukele’s government declared an emergency regime at the end of March...

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“We Want a Future”: Migrant Caravan Heads to US-Mexico Border as The Country Is Hosting the Summit of The Americas In Los Angeles

Several thousand migrants have set out from southern Mexico in a caravan bound for the United States, which is hoping to address regional migration during talks at the Summit of the Americas this week in Los Angeles. Migration activists said the group, which left from the Mexican city of Tapachula on Monday, could be one …...

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COVID Cases Rise in The Americas, Nations Must Also Monitor Other Viruses –PAHO

COVID-19 cases in the Americas increased 10.4% last week from the previous one, but countries must also pay attention to a rise in other respiratory viruses in the region, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) said on Wednesday. The Americas saw 1,087,390 new COVID cases and 4,155 deaths last week. Cases in South America rose...

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