Leopoldo Lopez surrenders to national guardsmen after impassioned speech to supporters in Caracas
Scott MacIntyre files $1m lawsuit alleging Ford paid ex-footballer to beat him up in prison showers
Toronto mayor puts on boozy show in Jamaican restaurant, but denies he's 'discriminative'
Government plans to grow and sell drug to citizens in bid to undermine traffickers
Gruesome discovery made by policewoman wife of former professional in Rio de Janeiro
Wearing a wig and carrying a pistol, Mexican woman claims to be avenging sexual abuse on buses
Two minds with but a single thought as University of Washington researcher controls colleague’s hand movements
First Maduro saw his late predecessor 'as a bird', now he is spending nights with his remains
Arrest of Zetas cartel chief hailed as major victory for authorities fighting bloody drug wars
World Cup warm-up tournament could be under threat as protesters' agenda widens
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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