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Ecuador clashes rage despite military-backed curfew

14 Oct 2019

QUITO Ecuadorean police battled masked men who launched homemade projectiles at them in downtown Quito on Sunday, as protesters defied a curfew that was imposed by President Lenin Moreno in a bid to quell anti-austerity unrest.

Native Ecuadoreans detain, then free, police in anti-austerity conflict

11 Oct 2019

QUITO Indigenous leaders in Ecuador freed eight police officers after parading them before an angry crowd for several hours in retribution for a government crackdown on anti-austerity protests that have shaken President Lenin Moreno's government.

Franklin storm's remains douse central Mexico with heavy rain

10 Aug 2017

VERACRUZ, Mexico Remnants of this year's first Atlantic hurricane dumped rain over the eastern Gulf coast and central Mexico on Thursday, but officials said there were no reports of deaths or major damage.

Tropical Storm Earl batters buildings in Belize, heads for Mexico

04 Aug 2016

BELIZE CITY Tropical Storm Earl whipped Belize and Mexico's Caribbean coast with wind and heavy rain, battering cars, disrupting transportation and forcing hundreds into shelters as it moved through Guatemala toward southeastern Mexico on Thursday. | Video

Hurricane Earl nears Belize

04 Aug 2016

BELIZE CITY Hurricane Earl thundered towards the shores of Belize on Wednesday, dumping heavy rain on Honduras and prompting people to take cover on the Caribbean coastline as the large storm closed in.

Mexicans burn Donald Trump effigies in Easter ritual

27 Mar 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexicans celebrating an Easter ritual late on Saturday burnt effigies of U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, whose anti-immigrant views have sparked outrage south of the American border. | Video

Mexicans burn Donald Trump effigies in Easter ritual

27 Mar 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexicans celebrating an Easter ritual late on Saturday burnt effigies of U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, whose anti-immigrant views have sparked outrage south of the American border.

Circus animals of Mexico City

29 Aug 2014

This year, Mexico City’s government passed a law, which comes into force in the middle of next year, imposing heavy fines on circuses if they use animals in their performances.

Bieber fever spreads to Mexico

18 Jun 2012

When Bieber started singing “Baby” some fans fainted and had to be taken away. In the end, it was thousands of exhausted but happy girls who went home.

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U.S. Democrats unveil impeachment charges against Trump

Democrats in the House of Representatives announced formal charges against President Donald Trump on Tuesday that accuse him of abusing power and obstructing Congress, making him only the fourth U.S. president in history to face impeachment.