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Argentine train strike follows embarrassing videos

08/01/2013 1:44pm
An Argentine union paralyzed rush hour train traffic on Thursday, a day after Argentina's transportation minister showed videos of commuter train drivers reading books, talking on cellphones and even sleeping when they should have been focused on the rails.

Group: Jamaica must probe transgender teen slaying

08/01/2013 5:00pm
A New York-based human rights group on Thursday called for Jamaican police to conduct a full investigation into the mob killing of a transgender teenager.

Chile court stalls $1.4B thermoelectric plant

08/01/2013 6:26pm
A Chilean appeals court has annulled the construction permit for the $1.4 billion Punta Alcalde thermoelectric plant.

Chile's rescued miners case dropped

08/01/2013 6:35pm
The inquiry into the mine collapse that trapped 33 men for more than two months in 2010 has ended with no charges filed, a result that drew angry responses Thursday from the rescued miners.