Mexico worried by US ruling over boy's border killingWritten by Euronews24
The Mexican government says it regrets a ruling by the US Supreme Court that bars the family of a Mexican boy who was killed in 2010 from suing the US border patrol agent who shot him.
Chile anti-government protests mar music festival's opening nightWritten by Euronews24
Violent clashes between police and anti-government protesters have overshadowed the opening night of Latin America's biggest music festival in the Chilean resort of Viña del Mar. Masked demonstrators attacked shops
Brazil senator Cid Gomes shot in stand-off with policeWritten by Euronews24
A Brazilian senator, Cid Gomes, has been injured after shots were fired at him during a stand-off with police. Senator Gomes, 56, was driving a digger towards a fence
Fátima Aldrighett: Mexico searches for suspect in seven-year-old's murderWritten by Euronews24
Mexican police are searching for a woman who was seen on surveillance camera with a seven-year-old girl outside her school on the day she disappeared.
Dominican Republic poll halted after electronic glitchWritten by Euronews24
Municipal elections in the Dominican Republic were suspended four hours after voting began due to a problem with the electronic voting system.
Pope Francis rules against ordaining married men in AmazonWritten by Euronews24
Pope Francis has ruled against ordaining married men in the Amazon region as a means of addressing the shortage of Catholic priests.
El Salvador parliament denounces president's 'attempted coup'Written by Euronews24
Lawmakers in El Salvador have accused President Nayib Bukele of staging an "attempted coup" after he entered the legislative assembly accompanied by armed police and soldiers on Sunday.
Heavily-armed police and soldiers enter El Salvador parliamentWritten by Euronews24
Heavily-armed police and soldiers in El Salvador have forced their way into parliament, demanding the approval of a $109m (£85m) loan to better equip them.
Avelina Lésper: Critic apologises for shattering artwork at Mexico fairWritten by Euronews24
An art critic has apologised for accidentally destroying an installation at a prestigious art fair in Mexico. Avelina Lésper placed an empty drinks can near
'Get robbed in Rio': Brazil tourist board mistakenly publish rantWritten by Euronews24
Come for sunshine, beaches and the violent crime is not the typical message a tourist board broadcasts. But Brazil's national tourism board surprised
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