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Bolivia has arrested five people for allegedly coaching a boy to pretend he was President Evo Morales' son, and paying his family, in a soap opera-style scandal that has riveted the country, officials said Saturday.
Fifty dead, 53 injured in Orlando mass shooting: mayor
Fifty people died and another 53 were injured when a gunman opened fire and seized hostages at a gay nightclub in Florida, police said Sunday, making it the worst mass shooting in US history.
Around 20 dead in Florida gay club attack, shooter dead
An estimated 20 people were killed at a crowded gay nightclub after a heavily armed gunman opened fire and seized hostages early Sunday, in one of the worst mass shootings in US history.
Guatemala arrests 3 ex-cabinet ministers, hunts for 2 more
Three senior Guatemalan cabinet ministers were arrested Saturday on corruption charges and authorities said they were seeking to detain two more as part of a continuing crackdown that has already seen a former president jailed.
Maduro vows no recall referendum before next year
Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas Maduro vowed Saturday that no referendum on ending his term would be held until next year, amid mounting pressure as the country teeters on the brink of economic collapse.
'Voice' singer dies after shooting
A gunman opened fire at a Florida concert venue as a onetime star of "The Voice" signed autographs for fans after a show, killing the performer before fatally shooting himself, officials said Saturday.
Ali cheered in Louisville as woAli cheered in Louisville as world says goodbyerld says goodbye
Muhammad Ali's hometown Louisville on Friday said farewell to the boxing legend and civil rights hero, with thousands lining the streets for an emotional procession and thousands more packing a sports arena for a star-studded memorial service.
Panama tests expanded canal with bigger cargo ship ahead of opening
Panama has sent a giant, Neopanamax-class cargo ship through its canal to test expansion work costing billions of dollars and whose official opening is to be marked with a ceremony late this month.
Earle, Colvin collaborate on duets album
The idea that they would someday record a duets album seemed inconceivable to Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle when they met in 1987, sharing a bill at a club in western Massachusetts.
US airlines to start scheduled flights to Cuba
Six airlines won permission Friday to resume scheduled commercial air service from the U.S. to Cuba for the first time in more than five decades, another milestone in President Barack Obama's campaign to normalize relations between the Cold War foes.
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