More than 10 people have died over two days during violent protests against a proposed pension system will cut pensions by five percent.
The move came after Frida Kahlo's family sued US toy giant Mattel for using the painter's image without their authorisation and altering her famous characteristics.
Thousands of students again walked out of classes across the United States on Friday, marking the 19th anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School with a show of unity aimed at pressuring politicians to enact tighter gun restrictions.
US President Donald Trump invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to the United States during a phone call, and said he would be glad to see Putin in the White House, RIA Novosti reported on Friday, citing the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Yukpa Indians, who move in large family groups, are seeking the Colombian government's help, amid the economic crisis in Venezuela. But Bogota has been slow to respond.
The 15-page memo released to Congress offer new details about a series of interactions that former FBI director James Comey had with US President Donald Trump in the weeks before his May 2017 firing.
Two teenage suspects apparently shot a homeless man "for fun" as they came and went from a hotel party nearby, marking the latest in a series of brazen killings and assaults of homeless Native Americans in Albuquerque.
Students in Nicaragua's capital Managua hurl stones and Molotov cocktails as they faced off with riot police, who responded by firing tear gas and rubber bullets.
Allowing US arms firms to directly market drones instead of forcing foreign customers to apply to the government would, Trump's chief trade advisor said, allow them to compete against sales of Chinese "knock-offs."
Protesters holding candles - a show of solidarity with those who may no longer be able to afford to light their homes with electricity - approached the country's Congress in Buenos Aires after dark, calling for price increases to be over-turned.
Raul Castro's departure from the presidency is a symbolically charged moment for a country that has been under the absolute rule of one family since the 1959 revolution.
A former US Army sniper and two other ex-American soldiers were found guilty of murder-for-hire and other charges. All three had denied they planned the 2012 execution-style hit in the Philippines.
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