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Protesters, skepticism did not stop the administration of President Daniel Ortega. Project seeks to reshape country's poor economy,
President's affidavit before the State's General Comptrollership raises questions on how he amassed 437,787 US dollars. Opposition says he should have turned poorer, living on a public servant salary.
Fourth time in 2014, always amid allegations of inhuman and degrading treatment. Ombudsman monitoring situation, offering assistance to those involved
Colombia's armed forces suffer 10 fatal casualties, several others wounded and one missing in clashes with rebels. Negotiations continue unaltered in Havana.
Survivor says her husband went missing. The other occupants were shipped back to the island. Women and children freed, men still in custody.
With Francis' new role in international affairs, Morales sounded confident Holy See will do its part in feud with Chile, but made no specific mention of it.
Wild Tales (Relatos Salvajes) and The Liberator (Libertador) will have to go through yet another selection phase January 15 before earning full nomination to vie for the most-wanted statuette
Not until a peace deal is achieved will Colombia accept the proposal to bring in other countries, ICRC to monitor ceasefire
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wishes the United Kingdom would agree to discuss the issue of the Malvinas (Falklands) just like US, Cuba talked over their differences
Analysts agree that the Venezuelan president will need to put aside some of his anti-imperialist jargon and socialist practices to stay in play.