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        Latin America

        Bolivia's Congress approves new elections without Evo Morales

        The move seeks to quell weeks of unrest that left dozens of people dead amid major political crisis.

        Latin America

        Fear grips Colombia protesters as anti-gov't rallies turn violent

        In Bogota, tear gas was used on peaceful protesters as some groups clashed with security forces.

        Fear grips Colombia protesters as anti-gov't rallies turn violent

        Latin America

        Chile police continue to use pellet rounds despite suspension

        The use of 'balines' projectiles had been forbidden except for in the most extreme situations.

        Chile police continue to use pellet rounds despite suspension

        Brazil

        Lula pledges to make life 'hell' for Bolsonaro's gov't

        Fresh out of prison, Lula pledges to 'defend' Brazil's people during speech to leftist Workers' Party conference.

        Brazil's Lula pledges to make life 'hell' for Bolsonaro's gov't

        Colombia

        Colombia protesters defy curfew as anti-gov't rallies continue

        Fresh demonstrations come day after hundreds of thousands protested across country in mass rallies that left three dead.

        Colombia protesters defy curfew as anti-gov't rallies continue

        Latin America

        More than 200,000 strike against Colombia's Duque: What's next?

        Organisers of Thursday's strike that brought out indigenous groups, students, labour unions call for a repeat on Monday.

        More than 200,000 strike against Colombia's Duque: What's next?

        Latin America

        Chile looting, arson take heavy toll

        Continuing social upheaval in Chile is taking a heavy toll on private and public property, including a shopping hall in Santiago which was burned down on Thursday night.

        Latin America

        Bolivia unrest: Police disperse funeral protest with tear gas

        Police fire tear gas at thousands of anti-government supporters attending funeral of eight killed in El Alto.

        AJ IMPACT

        'Referendum on Duque': Thousands march against Colombia president

        Indigenous groups, students and labour unions rally against the right-wing government of Ivan Duque.

        'Referendum on Duque': Thousands march against Colombia president

        Asylum Seekers

        US sends first Honduran to Guatemala under new asylum deal

        Rights groups slam controversial asylum agreement between Guatemala and United States.

        US sends first Honduran to Guatemala under new asylum deal

        Human Rights

        Chile security forces 'intentionally' injure protesters: Amnesty

        The international rights group says rights abuses against protesters 'are not isolated acts'.

        Latin America

        Amnesty: 22 killed, 2,000 injured in Chile's protest crackdown

        Amnesty International has published a report detailing a range of human rights abuses in Chile since protests started a month ago.

        Latin America

        Chile protests: New symbol calls attention to indigenous

        As unrest continues to grip cities across Chile, a symbol has emerged, calling attention to the country's indigenous communities.

        Latin America

        Colombia set for largest national strike in years

        Riot police and soldiers have been deployed and border crossings are closed to prevent foreigners from joining anti-government protests.

        Latin America

        Bolivians in Morales stronghold mourn eight killed in clashes

        Morales's supporters blame interim gov't of President Anez as security forces quell blockade at El Alto fuel plant.

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