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AP PHOTOS: Indigenous fashion show in Bolivia

10/21/2013 9:23am
In dazzling embroidered shawls, wide skirts and black bowler hats, Aymara models strutted their stuff on the catwalk in Bolivia's capital in a fashion show designed to promote Andean style and beauty.

Haiti quake camp population drops below 200,000

10/21/2013 3:18pm
A humanitarian agency for the United Nations says the number of Haitians still displaced by the 2010 earthquake has dropped below 200,000.

Calderon: Reported US spying an 'insult' to Mexico

10/21/2013 6:02pm
Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Monday that the spying the U.S. reportedly did on his presidential email system was an affront to Mexican institutions that should be addressed by current Mexico authorities.

Brazil oil block goes to Shell, Total, China firms

10/21/2013 6:22pm
A consortium including Shell, Total, two Chinese firms and Brazil's state-run petroleum company Petrobras won the right to develop an offshore field that could hold up to 12 billion barrels of oil, Brazil's government said Monday.

Venezuela recovers 5 bodies in Missoni search

10/21/2013 7:10pm
Venezuelan authorities say navy divers have recovered five bodies from the wreckage of a small plane that crashed in the Caribbean last January while carrying the CEO of the Italian fashion house Missoni and five other people.

Death toll at 4 in attack on coca eradication team

10/21/2013 8:57pm
The death toll rose to four Monday from an attack by gun-wielding coca growers on Bolivian military personnel and police destroying coca fields deemed illegal by the government, the interior minister said.