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Argentina's 'stolen babies' seek truth, face ghosts
Pedro Sandoval stopped celebrating Mother's Day, Father's Day and even his own birthday after he found out the truth: The mom and dad he knew growing up had stolen him from his biological parents, who were kidnapped, tortured and never heard from again during Argentina's 1976-1983 military dictatorship.
Panama opens expanded canal to bigger ships; China freighter first through
Panama on Sunday declared its century-old canal open to a new generation of supersized cargo ships after years of massive expansion works aimed at profiting from burgeoning U.S.-Asia trade.
The Supreme Court struck down Texas' widely replicated regulation of abortion clinics Monday in the court's biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter century.
Ten people were wounded -- two of them with life-threatening injuries -- on Sunday when counter-protesters clashed with members of a white nationalist group that planned to rally outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento, authorities said.
More heavy rains are expected in West Virginia, where floodwaters have killed at least 25 people in the past week.
Key to summer fun
In this Friday, June 25, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, youngsters fish off a Fiesta Key, Florida seawall at sunset while seagulls hover awaiting fish scraps tossed into the bay by an angler cleaning his catch. With the school year ended for most students, the Florida Keys are a popular family summer travel destination.
Young Colombians look ahead to a peace they've never known
Carlos Ordonez has no idea what peace looks like since his town has been under constant threat from rebels for as long as he remembers.
Obama OKs aid for W. Virginia; at least 24 dead
Offering his condolences, U.S. President Barack Obama approved federal aid for the West Virginia communities devastated by floods that have killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless.
El Salvador, Chile gay pride rallies honor Orlando victims
SAN SALVADOR - Demonstrators rallied in the capitals of El Salvador and Chile on Saturday in gay pride parades honoring the victims of the Orlando massacre and demanding an end to discrimination.
Every weekday, year-round, Esteban Yanez rises at the crack of dawn and heads to his job as a construction worker near the largely Hispanic desert town of Perris, south of Los Angeles.
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