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Miami security firm faces questions in Haiti assassination

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MIAMI — For the owner of a small private security company with a history of avoiding paying debts and declaring bankruptcy, it looked like...

COVID-19 takes toll on Catholic clergy in hard-hit countries

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The coronavirus has taken a heavy toll among Roman Catholic priests and nuns around the world, killing hundreds of them in a handful of...

COVID-19 takes toll on Catholic clergy in hard-hit countries

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The coronavirus has taken a heavy toll among Roman Catholic priests and nuns around the world, killing hundreds of them in a handful of...

Mexico abandons fishing-free zone for endangered porpoise

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MEXICO CITY — The Mexican government officially abandoned the policy of maintaining a fishing-free zone around the last 10 or so remaining vaquita marina....

208 years for Mexican expert over quake-collapsed school

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MEXICO CITY — A judge sentenced a Mexican building expert to 208 years in prison Wednesday for signing off on defective remodeling work blamed...

Haiti gets 500K vaccine doses; its first of the pandemic

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti on Wednesday received its first coronavirus vaccine since the pandemic began, welcoming 500,000 doses as the country battles a spike...

El Salvador asks to play qualifier in US amid virus surge

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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — The head of El Salvador’s soccer federation said Wednesday he will ask CONCACAF to allow his country to play...

Cuba’s president says government has some blame for protests

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HAVANA — Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Wednesday acknowledged shortcomings in his government's handling of shortages and of neglecting certain sectors, but he urged...

Miami security firm faces questions in Haiti assassination

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MIAMI — For the owner of a small private security company with a history of avoiding paying debts and declaring bankruptcy, it looked like...

Cuba’s leader lays some blame for protests on his government

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HAVANA — Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel for the first time is offering some self-criticism while saying that government shortcomings in handling shortages and other...