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7 people die in military helicopter crash in Venezuela - A Venezuelan military helicopter crashed on Saturday in Hatillo, a municipality near Caracas, killing all seven on board, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Defense.
Elderly caught in brutal trap of Venezuelan crisis - The slap of dominoes on the rickety wooden table echoes around the courtyard of the Mother Teresa Senior Home on the outskirts of Caracas. The residents are dotted around soaking up the sun, most on their own and in silence, contemplating a retirement that falls well short of being their "golden years."
- Venezuelan opposition leader and President of the National Assembly Juan Guaido has called on his supporters to continue anti-government demonstrations against embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
Mexican authorities find wreckage of plane carrying 13 people - The wreckage of a missing private plane carrying 13 people has been found in a mountainous area in the northern state of Coahuila, the state's public security department said.
Brazil's Bolsonaro signs executive order easing gun rules - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has signed an executive order relaxing gun rules in the country, making it easier to import guns and increasing the amount of ammunition a person can buy in a year.
Women fight to solve mysterious murders in Venezuela - More than 8,200 people died in extrajudicial killings in Venezuela between 2015 and 2017, estimates Amnesty International. And the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has accused state-aligned groups of targeting Venezuelan civilians for murder and kidnapping for years.
These are, we kid you not, actual questions people Google about Cinco de Mayo - These are actual questions people asked on Google about the Mexican holiday, which is actually a bigger deal in the US than it is in Mexico.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts on the life of Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Dramatic footage shows landslide sweeping away houses - Dozens of houses have been destroyed in a landslide in the Bolivian capital of La Paz, displacing hundreds of residents, according to city authorities.
Venezuela's Maduro claims to have defeated 'coup,' as rival Guaido urges more protests - Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas Maduro has claimed his troops have defeated a "coup" attempt amid calls by opposition leader Juan Guaido for protesters to return to the streets Wednesday.
Venezuela in crisis as Guaido calls for May Day protests: Live updates - More protests are planned in Venezuela on Wednesday following an attempt by opposition leader Juan Guaido to spark an uprising against embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts about Venezuela and learn more about one of the top oil-producing countries in the world.
Venezuela's Lopez says he met generals during house arrest - Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez believes President Nicolas Maduro's government will fall "in weeks," he told journalists in Caracas Thursday.
As Guaido admits he needs more military support, Trump warns of worse to come in Venezuela - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido admitted Wednesday that this week's anti-government protests lacked the support of enough military defectors to topple the country's embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
Guaido says Maduro government is too afraid to arrest him Guaido says Maduro government is too afraid to arrest him - Juan Guaido says he remains a free man because the Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro is afraid of the consequences of arresting him.
Cuba announces rationing of food and hygiene products amid US sanctions - Cuba announced new rationing of food and basic cleaning and hygiene products as the communist-run island grapples with increased US sanctions and the economic crisis affecting its close ally Venezuela.
Photos: Extreme air pollution in Mexico City - Mexico City's elementary schools were ordered closed on Thursday, and drivers told to stay off the roads due to poor air quality.
Who gets Venezuela's oil? Follow its debt - Venezuela's two biggest creditors, China and Russia, are keeping an eye on what they're owed.
Mayor's knitting shows men still dominate debate - While demonstrations and suffragette memorials may be typical outlets for politicians to rise up against the patriarchy, one Canadian official has taken a decidedly unconventional stand: knitting.
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