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Monday, September 28, 2015
An American tourist has been shot to death in Colombia during an apparent robbery attempt after leaving his hotel in a wealthy enclave of Medellin.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Mexicans march on anniversary of 43 students' disappearance
Thousands of people marked the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students by marching down Mexico City's premier avenue in an atmosphere of defiant hope Saturday.
Pope wraps up historic US tour in Philadelphia
Pope Francis wraps up a six-day historic tour of the United States on Sunday, having electrified Americans with a message of respecting immigrants, protecting the environment and sharing wealth.
Obama, Xi make climate vow but clash on rights, islands
U.S. President Barack Obama and mainland China leader Xi Jinping vowed to fight global warming and halt commercial cybertheft on Friday, but exchanged sharp words on human rights and territorial disputes.
Pope heads to Philadelphia on final leg of United States tour
Pope Francis travels to Philadelphia, in the eastern U.S. state of Pennsylvania, on Saturday for the final leg of his wildly popular tour of the United States, to be greeted by hundreds of thousands of Catholics at a family festival.
UN approves 15-year blueprint to eradicate poverty
With the bang of a gavel, international leaders approved an ambitious 15-year plan Friday to tackle the world's biggest problems, from eradicating poverty to preserving the planet to reducing inequality.
Prosecutors announced Friday they have reopened a money laundering investigation against Peru's first lady Nadine Heredia.
Immigration group planned girl's pope encounter for a year
Sophie Cruz's encounter with the pope during a parade in Washington this week looked to be one of those spontaneous, once-in-a-lifetime-moments Francis has become known for.
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Pope beseeches leaders to protect environment
Pope Francis declared Friday that there is a "right of the environment" and that mankind has no authority to abuse it, telling more than 100 world leaders and diplomats at the United Nations that urgent action is needed to halt the destruction of God's creation.
United States will 'candidly' discuss differences with China: Obama
President Barack Obama prodded Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday to "candidly" address deep differences on cyberespionage, China's territorial disputes, and human rights -- issues that have threatened ties between the world's two largest economies.
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