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UN mission in Haiti concerned about violence

11/17/2013 2:56pm
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti say it's "deeply concerned" by a recent wave of violence in several cities in the impoverished Caribbean nation.

18 Mexicans to serve laundering sentence in Mexico

11/17/2013 4:06pm
Nicaragua says 18 Mexicans caught posing as journalists to smuggle $9.2 million in cash will be sent back to their home country to serve out their 18-year prison sentences for money laundering convictions.

New York man drowns in Bahamas free diving contest

11/17/2013 5:19pm
Detectives in the Bahamas are investigating the drowning of a 32-year-old man from New York who was participating in a free diving tournament, police said Sunday.

Argentine gaucho culture on display in old town

11/17/2013 6:35pm
The heart of Argentina's cowboy culture can be found each year on the Day of the Gaucho, when thousands of people parade on horseback through the colonial streets of a town that seems like a living museum.

Proposals of top 2 candidates in Chile vote

11/17/2013 8:01pm
Former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, the centrist candidate of the Socialist Party, finished far ahead in Sunday's presidential election, but didn't get enough votes to avoid a Dec. 15 runoff with conservative Evelyn Matthei, who finished second.