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Haiti police fire rubber pellets at mourners as protests resume

10:19pm GMT

PORT-AU-PRINCE Haitian police wary of renewed unrest after days of nationwide protests fired tear gas and rubber pellets on Friday to disperse about 200 hundred protesters and mourners carrying the casket of a man killed last week in anti-government riots.

Haiti protesters vow to return to streets on Friday

7:14pm GMT

PORT-AU-PRINCE The cacophony of sirens, horns and street vendors in Haiti's capital was quieter than usual this week as residents remained on edge after recent anti-government protests, which organizers have promised will start again on Friday.

RPT-Haiti protesters vow to return to streets on Friday

12:00pm GMT

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Feb 22 The cacophony of sirens, horns and street vendors in Haiti's capital was quieter than usual this week as residents remained on edge after recent anti-government protests, which organizers have promised will start again on Friday.

Haiti protesters vow to return to streets on Friday

5:50am GMT

PORT-AU-PRINCE The cacophony of sirens, horns and street vendors in Haiti's capital was quieter than usual this week as residents remained on edge after recent anti-government protests, which organizers have promised will start again on Friday.

Heavily armed foreigners arrested in Haiti sent to United States, officials say

21 Feb 2019

PORT-AU-PRINCE A heavily armed group of foreign nationals, who were arrested in Haiti on Sunday after days of massive anti-government protests, were handed over to U.S. authorities on Wednesday, Haitian and U.S. authorities said.

Mexican president calls for steps to keep power prices low

11 Feb 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday contracts private companies have with state-run power utility CFE should be revised to keep electricity prices low, sending shares in one firm tumbling.

Mexican president rejects Pemex downgrade, touts anti-graft push

31 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador brushed off a credit downgrade to state oil company Pemex, arguing on Wednesday that corruption is being eliminated from its ranks and the firm is stronger than it has been in 30 years.

Mexico says will not accept return of at-risk U.S. asylum seekers

24 Jan 2019

MEXICO CITY Two U.S.-Mexico meetings have been held to work out details of a new plan to return across the shared border migrants seeking U.S. asylum, but Mexico will not accept anybody facing a credible threat back home, a Mexico Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

RPT-UPDATE 4-Missteps in Mexican pipeline blast trigger new scrutiny of fuel plan

21 Jan 2019

TLAHUELILPAN/MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Jan 20 (Reuters) - M exico's new government knew a pipeline was leaking but did not act for hours before a blast killed at least 85 people, a minister said on Sunday, increasing scrutiny of a push to stop fuel theft seen as the president's first crackdown on crime.

Missteps in Mexican pipeline blast trigger new scrutiny of fuel plan

21 Jan 2019

TLAHUELILPAN/MEXICO CITY, Mexico Mexico's new government knew a pipeline was leaking but did not act for hours before a blast killed at least 85 people, a minister said on Sunday, increasing scrutiny of a push to stop fuel theft seen as the president's first crackdown on crime. | Video

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