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Nicolas Maduro puts Venezuela's army on alert

Venezuela's leader vows 'to defend peace' as he brands a grenade helicopter attack on the Supreme Court as coup attempt.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro

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Chicago officers indicted in Laquan McDonald shooting

Three Chicago officers charged with conspiracy in the death of a black teen, who died after police shot him 16 times.

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Venezuela Supreme Court attacked from helicopter

Interior minister says four grenades were thrown from stolen police helicopter at the court in a 'terror attack'.

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Brazil's president says corruption charge is 'fiction'

Michel Temer accuses Brazil's prosecutor general of seeking 'revenge, destruction and vengeance' with the indictment.

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Facebook hits two billion user mark

Five years after hitting the one billion mark, the social media giant founded in 2004 hit another milestone.

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Students protest against constitutional assembly plan

Clashes erupt on highway near Caracas as protests against President Maduro's rule near the end of its third month.

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US judge blocks deportation of Iraqis

Judge Mark Goldsmith sides with ACLU lawyers who argue those being deported could face persecution, torture or death.

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Brazil's President Temer charged with corruption

Temer denies receiving a $150,000 bribe from the boss of a meatpacking company implicated in a corruption scandal.

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Colombia FARC rebels complete disarmament: UN

The disarmament by the roughly 7,000 rebels brings Latin America's oldest civil conflict close to a formal end.

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Remains found of kidnapped journalist Salvador Adame

Salvador Adame, director of a local TV station, was abducted on May 18 in Mexico's western state of Michoacan.

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