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US Republicans hit Biden on immigration amid new border surge | Child Rights News

US Republicans are seizing on a surge in the number of children trying to enter the United States through the…

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As COVID surges, Bolsonaro looks to replace health minister | Coronavirus pandemic News

Brazil’s health minister has confirmed that President Jair Bolsonaro is looking at candidates who can replace him, as the country…

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What next in Brazil after Lula’s corruption convictions annulled? | Politics News

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Last week, in a surprise ruling, a Brazilian Supreme Court judge quashed all corruption convictions…

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Bolivia’s ex-interim president Anez appears in court after arrest | Politics News

Prosecutor accuses Jeanine Anez and two of her ministers of sedition, terrorism and conspiracy for alleged 2019 coup. Bolivia’s former…

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The abortion cases that could force El Salvador to loosen its ban | Women News

San Salvador, El Salvador – Lawyers are fighting for the release of one of the dozens of women imprisoned for…

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‘A can of worms’: Experts weigh in on the vaccine passport debate | Coronavirus pandemic News

London, United Kingdom – From Israel to Iceland, several governments around the world are adopting so-called coronavirus vaccine passports as they…

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Lula receives COVID jab as Brazil’s coronavirus crisis continues | Coronavirus pandemic News

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has received his first COVID-19 jab, as the country struggles to get…

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Guatemalan families bury loved ones killed near US-Mexico border | Human Rights News

Guatemala’s president is calling for justice after 19 charred bodies were found near US-Mexico border in January. Families of some…

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Trial implicating Honduran president in drug trafficking begins | Corruption News

US prosecutors say Juan Orlando Hernandez accepted bribes from drug cartels, the president has denied the allegations. The trial of…

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Bolivians vote in local, regional polls amid COVID-19 concerns | Elections News

About 7.1 million people will head to polling stations across the country for the mandatory vote on Sunday. Bolivians are…

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