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Chile's president orders another overnight curfew as violent protests show no sign of let-up. #LatinAmerica #Chile
 
Crowds burned offices of the electoral body in two cities as move to halt release of vote count results sparks anger. #Bolivia #EvoMorales #LatinAmerica
 
Morales closer to threshold for first round victory, but doubt and confusion after sudden halt to election results. #Bolivia #EvoMorales #LatinAmerica
 
Trial of Orlando Tercero in the killing of a student in New York is taking place in a court in Nicaragua. #LatinAmerica #Nicaragua
 
Protesters set up barricades and throw rocks at police, who respond with tear gas and shotgun pellets. They scatter, regroup and start again. #LatinAmerica #Haiti
 
The Trump administration is using a wide range of cruel policies to stop people in need from seeking safety in the US. #US-Mexicoborder #Mexico #DonaldTrump #AsylumSeekers #LatinAmerica
 
Incumbent leader insists 'confident' of outright victory but partial results point to second round run-off in December. #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections #LatinAmerica
 
President Morales seeks a controversial fourth term in an election marked by a heated campaign, protests and strikes. #LatinAmerica #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections
 
President Morales seeks a controversial fourth term in an election marked by a heated campaign, protests and strikes. #LatinAmerica #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections
 
Carlos Mesa could win a protest vote, ending Evo Morales's near 14-year grip on power in Bolivia. #LatinAmerica #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections
 
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri has appealed to voters for their backing in the upcoming general election during a mass rally in Buenos Aires. #LatinAmerica #Argentina
 
The supermarket was ransacked and set on fire as violent clashes between protesters and security forces continued. #Chile #LatinAmerica
 
Military presence is part of a state of emergency declared in response to student-led protests. #Chile #LatinAmerica
 
The US Department of Commerce will revoke existing licenses for aircraft leases to Cuban state-owned airlines. #Cuba #UnitedStates #LatinAmerica
 
The government deploys military in the capital as protests against hike in subway tickets descended into violence. #Chile #LatinAmerica
 
Asylum seekers carrying official papers granting them the right to transit in southern Mexico detained in mass crackdown #AsylumSeekers #Mexico #LatinAmerica #Migrants
 
Armed men overpowered security forces on Thursday prompting them to release the son of drug lord 'El Chapo' Guzman. #Drugcartels #Mexico #AndresManuelLopezObrador #LatinAmerica #Crime
 
More than 50 groups and many countries campaigned against Venezuela, pointing to Maduro and the country's rights record. #UnitedNations #Venezuela #NicolasMaduro #JuanGuaido #LatinAmerica
 
As Morales's popularity wanes, Bolivians will head to polls Sunday to vote in what has already been a heated election. #LatinAmerica #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections #Corruption
 
This year's celebrations had a special meaning: the Peronist party is making a strong bid to return to power, led by Alberto Fernandez and former President Cristina Kirchner. #LatinAmerica #Argentina
 
The 310 men and one woman were flown out of Mexico on a chartered flight that arrived in New Delhi on Friday. #Mexico #LatinAmerica #Asia #India #Migrants
 
Gunfire in western city of Culiacan left blazing vehicles strewn across streets and sent residents running for safety. #Mexico #Drugcartels #Crime #LatinAmerica
 
Observers say female candidates systematically threatened with physical, sexual violence to deter them from running. #WomensRights #Colombia #LatinAmerica #Elections #Women #Sexualassault #Gangviolence #HumanRights
 
While the caravans no longer march north, the Central American crisis is deepening away from our television screens. #LatinAmerica #UnitedStates #Immigration #Honduras #Guatemala #Mexico #ElSalvador #US-Mexicoborder
 
San Ysidro protests 25th anniversary of Operation Gatekeeper #ClassWarfare
 
San Ysidro protests 25th anniversary of Operation Gatekeeper #ClassWarfare
 
Peru tries to move on from a series of corruption scandals, but will an election end the political crisis? #LatinAmerica #Peru
 
Killing of 13 officers in Michoacan on Monday was followed by another shooting on Tuesday in Guerrero that left 15 dead. #Mexico #AndresManuelLopezObrador #Drugs #Crime #LatinAmerica
 
It is high time for the UN to take responsibility for the crimes its peacekeeping forces committed in Haiti. #Haiti #UnitedNations #LatinAmerica
 
At least 13 officers killed after suspected drug cartel hitmen open fire and set vehicles on fire in Michoacan state. #Mexico #LatinAmerica #Drugcartels
 
Many celebrate the return of fuel subsidies, but urge caution over plans to come up with new belt-tightening measures. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador #Business&Economy
 
Indigenous representatives celebrate announcement, but condemn violent crackdown by police that has left at least 10 people dead, and sent more than 1,000 others to jail. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
Mystery oil slicks sully 150 northeastern beaches but officials cannot trace source as clean-up takes place. #LatinAmerica #Brazil #Environment
 
Indigenous groups demand immediate cancellation of president's order ending fuel subsidies during UN-mediated meeting. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
The Bolivian president has led the country for 13 years but his bid for a fourth term is testing his popularity. #LatinAmerica #Bolivia #EvoMorales #Elections #Corruption
 
A year after a mass caravan departed Honduras, a new group tried to head to US from southern Mexico, but were stopped. #AsylumSeekers #Mexico #UnitedStates #LatinAmerica #Migrants #Immigration
 
Mystery deepens over an oil spill that has affected 150 beaches in northeastern Brazil. #LatinAmerica #Brazil #Environment
 
Thousands bring Santiago to standstill on Columbus Day, denouncing discrimination and persecution of indigenous people. #Indigenousrights #Colonialism #Chile #LatinAmerica
 
Indigenous protesters accuse security forces of using excessive force as demonstrations continue for 10th day. #Indigenousrights #Ecuador #LatinAmerica #Business&Economy
 
Announcement comes as indigenous leaders agreed to direct talks with Lenin Moreno, while chaos raged on Quito's streets. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
How will the world's 2 largest telescopes, under construction in Chile, change the way we look at the universe? #Space #Chile #Science&Technology #NASA #LatinAmerica #Women
 
Search operation 'managed to rescue eight migrants alive', officials said, but one person was still missing. #Migrants #LatinAmerica #Mexico #Cameroon
 
At least five people have been killed in unrest as demonstrators push for President Lenin Moreno to repeal a law that ended a 40-year-old fuel subsidy. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
Death of at least 5 protesters In Ecuador, in the past week of anti-government anger, is provoking an increasing backlash against the president. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador #HumanRights
 
Police clamp down on the sixth rally organised over alleged government mishandling of funds. #LatinAmerica #Colombia
 
For more than a week, mass anti-government demonstrations over fuel subsidy cuts have paralysed parts of the country. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador #Business&Economy
 
Seven candidates have been killed and more than 60 others have been attacked in the lead up to the October 27 election. #LatinAmerica #Colombia #IvanDuque
 
President Lenin Moreno's decision to remove 40-year old fuel subsidies doubles petrol prices and triggers huge protests. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
National strike closed schools and business as protesters rallied for 7th day against austerity measures. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador #Business&Economy
 
Protesters briefly bust through security lines and enter the National Assembly as anger over labour, tax reforms grows. #LatinAmerica #Ecuador
 
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