July 5th, 2015
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09/05/2013 1:26amThe police colonel was stunned by the skill of the 13-year-old arrested during a raid on counterfeiters in Lima's gritty outskirts, how he deftly slid the shiny plastic security strip through a bogus $100 banknote emblazoned with Benjamin Franklin's face.
09/05/2013 7:29amSeismologists say a magnitude-6.0 earthquake has struck off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, but there are no reports of damage or injury.
09/05/2013 9:32amThe family of Victor Jara claims to have solved the 40-year-old mystery of who killed the revered folk singer during Chile's 1973 coup, and they're preparing to prove it in a federal courtroom in Jacksonville, Florida, invoking rarely used U.S. laws that address human rights violations committed elsewhere.
09/05/2013 3:04pmThe Haitian government has welcomed home 41 engineers and technicians who underwent 10 months of military training in Ecuador.
09/05/2013 3:48pmLegislators in Puerto Rico are preparing to debate a bill that would allow people to use marijuana for medicinal purposes in this conservative U.S. territory, officials said Thursday.
09/05/2013 6:17pmChilean President Sebastian Pinera on Thursday asked anyone with information about those forcibly "disappeared" by the country's 1973-90 dictatorship to come forward and help heal the country's wounds.
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