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Trudeau's crisis deepens as second minister quits - A second high-profile minister has resigned from the cabinet of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, amid a corruption scandal that threatens to destabilize his government ahead of this year's national election.
Justin Trudeau on scandal: Nothing 'inappropriate' happened - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday cited an "erosion of trust" and a breakdown in communications between his office and a former Cabinet minister for the eruption of a brewing scandal seven months ahead of national elections.
A political scandal surrounds Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. What's going on? - A scandal is swirling around Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party. It could threaten the political future of the country's leader and the rule of the Liberal Party, seven months ahead of national elections.
Power outage leaves most of Venezuela in darkness - Most of Venezuela remained in the dark Friday, more than 20 hours after a massive power outage left over 70% of the country without electricity.
12 die in plane crash in Colombia - The flight traveling between San Jose del Guaviare to Villavicencio in Colombia.
If your spring break plans include Mexico, read this - With spring break just around the corner, the US State Department has some advice for the thousands of Americans who head to Mexico this time each year.
Brazil's President Bolsonaro shares explicit video, sparking outrage - Brazil's far-right President, Jair Bolsonaro, has posted an explicit video on Twitter in an apparent effort to denigrate the country's raucous Carnival celebrations.
US journalist reportedly detained in Venezuela is released - An American freelance journalist reportedly detained by Venezuelan authorities in a raid on his Caracas home has been released.
An 11-year-old assault victim was forced to have a C-section in Argentina, rights group says - A pregnant 11-year-old girl in Argentina was forced to have a cesarean section after she and her family had been requesting an abortion for weeks, a human rights group said. Abortion is illegal in Argentina, but current laws allow the procedure in cases of rape or when the mother's health is at risk.
Inside the UN's double veto on Venezuela - The bitter differences between the world's most powerful nations were on full display in New York on Thursday, as the United Nations Security Council weighed two equally hopeless resolutions on Venezuela.
Tensions mount in Venezuela as Guaidó seeks return to country - What's next for the standoff in Venezuela? European states and most of Venezuela's neighbors tend to oppose Maduro, and support self-declared interim president and opposition leader, Juan Guaidó. Yet they are hesitant over fiercer sanctions, or to entertain military intervention as an option.
- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro broke diplomatic relations with Colombia in February as tensions escalated along the two countries' borders over aid for Venezuela. Maduro denies that a humanitarian crisis exists in Venezuela and suggests that aid efforts are part of a US plot to orchestrate a coup.
Juan Guaido returns to Venezuela, risking arrest - Venezuela's self-declared interim president, Juan Guaido, returned to the country on Monday, risking arrest for violating a travel ban in his bid to oust embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts - Read CNN's Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts to learn more about the president of Brazil.
Venezuelan opposition leader will call for 'state of national emergency' as power blackout goes on - A day after Venezuela's embattled president and his opposition rival held dueling rallies in the capital Caracas, opposition leader Juan Guaido said he will call for a "state of national emergency" in a special session of parliament on Monday.
Canadian mom on fatal flight was taking her family to Kenya to visit her birthplace - Kosha Vaidya lived with her family in Brampton, Ontario. But she had decided it was time to take her daughters to Kenya to show them where she was born.
Venezuelan intelligence agents raid homes of Juan Guaido's top aides, opposition says - The chief of staff of Venezuela's Juan Guaido, President of the National Assembly, has been detained in an overnight raid by the nation's intelligence agency, a Guaido spokesman said Thursday.
Investigators are scrambling to solve a mystery just miles from the US-Mexico border - Masked gunmen barged onto a bus in northern Mexico, carrying a list of names. They left without firing a single shot, taking at least 19 passengers with them as they sped away from the scene. And so far, they seem to have vanished without a trace.
Was Venezuela's rebel cop executed? New photos surface - In January 2018, Venezuelan rebel Oscar Perez died in a firefight with government security forces. Now, Venezuela's former Attorney General Luisa Ortega claims she has proof he was executed.
Priest stabbed while leading televised Mass in Montreal; suspect arrested - While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph's Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada's biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |