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2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season - Here is a look at the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Mon, 01 Nov 2021 01:56:06 GMT
Countries welcoming US tourists back - Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases now past the 32.4 million mark, some nations continue to view vacationers warily even as more Americans get vaccinated. Wed, 20 Oct 2021 22:54:40 GMT
Mexican authorities find 600 migrants hidden in two trailers in Veracruz - Mexican authorities have reported finding some 600 migrants on Friday hidden in two trailers traveling through the state of Veracruz, according to the country's National Migration Institute (INM).
The far-right presidential candidate tempting voters from Chile's left and center - José Antonio Kast is offering a "new right" centered on three pillars: freedom, the defense of law and order, and the strength of family.
Two missionaries released in Haiti after group kidnapping - Two of the missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over a month ago have been released, according to a statement by the US-based Christian Aid Ministries. CNN has not been able to independently confirm their release.
Canada ends Covid-19 policy turning back asylum-seekers between border crossings - Canada is ending its pandemic-era policy of turning back asylum-seekers trying to cross into the country between ports of entry, according to a revised policy document released on Sunday.
Sidewalk collapses during Brazil parade, sending 30 people into river - A sidewalk collapsed during Christmas festivities in the southeastern city of Joinville in Brazil on Monday, injuring 33 people, according to authorities.
Gang sold tons of horse meat disguised as beef, Brazilian officials say - A gang of six people accused of stealing horses for slaughter and selling the meat to restaurants disguised as beef has been arrested in southern Brazil, according to officials.
Polar opposite candidates head to run-off vote in Chile - The race to replace Chilean President Sebastián Piñera is now down to two candidates after a general election was held on Sunday.
Brazil touts partnership with SpaceX to connect rural areas and monitor Amazon forest - Brazil is looking to partner with SpaceX to expand internet connection to rural schools and protect the Amazon, the country's Communications Minister Fabio Faria tweeted on Tuesday.
Nicolás Maduro Fast Facts - Read CNN's Fast Facts about the life of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
The climate crisis is messing with birds' body shapes - Researchers studying 15,000 birds in the Amazon rainforest found that nearly all of the birds' bodies have become lighter since the 1980s, losing on average about 2% of their body weight every decade.
Ecuador identifies bodies after prison violence leaves dozens dead - Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso has called a "crisis cabinet" after yet another outbreak of brutal prison violence left at least 68 people dead on Saturday, according to statement from the president's office.
Cuban activists blockaded at home amid protest clampdown - Cuban activists said they were forcibly trapped inside their homes on Monday, as the government clamped down on plans for opposition protests on the island.
Colombia's indigenous activists protect the environment. Now they too are under threat - Fighting against climate change is often a matter of who controls the territory.
Canadian farmers rescue cows from floods after a month's worth of rain in two days - A flotilla of motorboats, canoes, dinghies and jet-skis helmed by farmers raced to move dozens of trapped cows from frigid waters as floods hit the Canadian province of British Columbia.
Meat-eating vulture bees have evolved special gut bacteria to feast on flesh - The vast majority of bees feed on pollen and nectar, but certain species have evolved to feast on meat, substituting dead animal carcasses for flower meadows.
World's first living robots can now reproduce, scientists say - The US scientists who created the first living robots say the life forms, known as xenobots, can reproduce in a way not seen in plants and animals.
Honduras set for woman president as leftist Castro storms towards victory - Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro headed for a landslide win in Sunday's election, declaring victory as supporters danced outside her offices to celebrate the left's return to power 12 years after her husband was ousted in a coup.
Barbadians celebrate the birth of a republic and bid farewell to the Queen - With the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a ceremony on Monday evening, Prince Charles acknowledged the "appalling atrocity of slavery" as the nation removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |