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Workers evacuated from Alberta oil camps due to wildfire
FORT MCMURRAY, Alberta -- Hundreds of workers at several small oil camps north of Canada's main oil sands city were ordered to evacuate on Monday due to a quickly spreading wildfire, and a precautionary evacuation is under way for several thousand more workers in the area.
 
Presidential candidate Donald Trump says he may have a poor relationship with Prime Minister David Cameron in light of the British leader's criticism of Trump's call for all Muslims to be temporarily banned from entering the United States.
 
Colombian police said Sunday they seized their largest domestic haul ever of illegal drugs: eight tons of cocaine from the Usuga Clan, the country's leading organized crime ring.
 
Colombia's Marxist FARC rebels agreed Sunday to remove child soldiers from their ranks as part of the peace deal they are close to signing with the government.
 
Dominican President Danilo Medina appeared to be heading toward a second straight term Monday as preliminary returns showed him with a strong enough lead to avoid a runoff with his closest rival.
 
Protesters block train tracks to 2 refineries
Hundreds of climate activists on Saturday marched to the site of two refineries in northwest Washington state to call for a break from fossil fuels, while a smaller group continued to block railroad tracks leading to the facilities for a second day.
 
Colombian police said Sunday they seized their largest domestic haul ever of illegal drugs: eight tons of cocaine from the Usuga Clan, the country's leading organized crime ring.
 
Incumbent favored in Dominican Republic presidential vote
Voters in the Dominican Republic's presidential election Sunday are expected to give the country's incumbent leader, Danilo Medina, a fresh chance to make progress against grinding poverty and widespread crime.
 
'Social fridges' open in Argentina as concerned locals fight rising poverty
With hardship rising due to job cuts and inflation, Argentina has adopted a scheme from Europe's economic crisis: putting food in outdoor "social fridges" for the needy.
 
Thousands of tiny red crabs stranded on California beach
Thousands of tiny red crabs are carpeting beaches in Orange County and creating an amazing spectacle for swimmers and surfers.
 
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