The world's largest oil exporter has a "firm and long-standing policy" that petroleum supplies are not influenced by political considerations.
Prime suspect Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was also charged with abducting his three-year-old son from his home in Atlanta last December, prompting a cross-country manhunt that led authorities to the compound.
Had the proposed measure been passed, it would have legalised a woman's right to seek an abortion in the 14th week of her pregnancy. The bill had narrowly passed in the lower house in July.
Palestinian-American Rashida Tlaib comfortably won her Democratic primary election in the US state of Michigan.
Felipe and his son have been reunited after their separation in May under US President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy towards illegal immigration. But their difficulties still remain.
Bogota's decision brings the number of countries worldwide that recognise Palestine as a sovereign state to 140. The Palestinian diplomatic mission in Colombia said on Wednesday that the move will help create conditions for peace in Middle East.
President Donald Trump proclaims victory for Republican state senator Troy Balderson in Tuesday's race in Ohio for a seat in the House of Representatives, despite it remaining too close to call.
Venezuela's Supreme Court called on Wednesday for arrest of Julio Borges and Juan Requesens, the two prominent opposition lawmakers, in alleged connection with recent assassination attempt against President Nicolas Maduro.
A US State Department official said the action is aimed at punishing Russian government for having “used chemical or biological weapons in violation of international law.”
Some 14,000 firefighters are struggling in the midst of a sweltering summer to curb fires that have blackened an area nearly the size of Los Angeles.
Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal is heading a nine-person delegation to the US, where talks are believed to have focused on US pastor Andrew Brunson, who is under house arrest in Turkey, and the US sanctions on Turkish ministers.
If passed, the legislation will allow elective abortions in the first 14 weeks of gestation. Argentina currently allows it only in cases of rape or risks to a woman's health.
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