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19:58, 24 July 2014 Thursday
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22:33, 17 July 2014 Thursday
Putin denies Russia to reopen Soviet-era spy post in Cuba

Putin denied the report and said Russia had no plans to resume the Lourdes signals intelligence facility.

10:02, 17 July 2014 Thursday
Chile to suspend trade talks with Israel over Gaza bombing

Chilean deputies and senators of Palestinian origin went to the Foreign Ministry on Monday to demand a stronger position against Israel regarding its actions in the Gaza Strip.

09:06, 17 July 2014 Thursday
Honduras seeks US aid on migrants suggests 'mini-Marshall plan'

Honduran President Juan Hernandez said Washington should help Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras fight gangs with a plan similar to U.S. anti-drug programs in Colombia and Mexico

16:39, 16 July 2014 Wednesday
Russia set to reopen Soviet-era spy post on Cuba

At the height of the Cold War, the base at Lourdes, just south of the capital Havana, had up to 3,000 personnel and was the biggest centre Moscow operated abroad for gathering intelligence

11:07, 16 July 2014 Wednesday
Colombian peace talks resume

A new round of talks between the FARC and Colombian Government commence.

09:53, 16 July 2014 Wednesday
Mexico rescues 458 children from squalid refuge

The refuge was home to 278 boys, 174 girls and six infants as well as 138 adults aged up to 40, the government said.

10:36, 15 July 2014 Tuesday
U N chief makes 'pilgrimage' to Haiti to address cholera

Ban told a church service in the cholera-afflicted rural village of Los Palmas in Haiti's central Plateau region that they had come to "express our solidarity" with the families of those who lost their lives.

09:21, 15 July 2014 Tuesday
Honduras president blames U S drug policy for migrant surge

Hernandez said "the root cause is that the United States and Colombia carried out big operations in the fight against drugs. Then Mexico did it."

10:17, 14 July 2014 Monday
Protesters clash with police before the final game in Brazil

A rally against the World Cup and Saturday's detention of protesters sees clashes between protesters and police, with detentions and at least two people hurt.

10:16, 13 July 2014 Sunday

The pipeline crosses areas where there is a strong presence of the two main rebel groups, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, and the National Liberation Army, or ELN.

09:12, 13 July 2014 Sunday
Kremlin does not rule out Putin meeting Poroshenko

Putin could meet his Ukrainian counterpart on the sidelines of the World Cup final in Brazil

11:59, 12 July 2014 Saturday
Putin pledges to help Cuba explore for offshore oil

On his first stop in Cuba, the Cold War ally of the former Soviet Union situated only 90 miles (145 km) from the United States, Putin met with former President Fidel Castro and current President Raul Castro before receiving the Medal of Jose Marti, Cuba's highest decoration.

11:54, 12 July 2014 Saturday
Brazil's leader sees no political fallout from World Cup defeat

Brazil's 7-1 trouncing by Germany in Tuesday's semi-finals changed the nation's mood ahead of what is shaping up to be the toughest race since her leftist Workers' Party won power in 2002.

15:36, 11 July 2014 Friday
Putin begins Latin American tour

He travels as Western allies pressure him to urge Ukrainian rebels to find a negotiated solution

10:48, 11 July 2014 Friday
165 kidnapped migrants rescued in Mexican border state

The migrants, mostly from Cuba, Honduras, and El Salvador, said they were beaten and in some cases sexually abused, the Tamaulipas state government said in a statement.

10:43, 11 July 2014 Friday
Putin says emerging powers must play bigger role in world

Putin framed his tour of Brazil, Cuba and Argentina as part of an effort to build a multi-polar world

10:12, 11 July 2014 Friday
Brazil floods force more than 18 000 people from homes

Brazil government recognizes states of emergency in 124 municipalities in the country's southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul, where over 18,000 have been forced from their homes.

09:35, 11 July 2014 Friday
Brazil's Rousseff lets Obama off the hook for NSA spying

Rousseff said she understood that the Obama administration needed time resolve what was happening and could not immediately provide explanations demanded by Brazil.

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