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Mexico's private sector says ready for NAFTA talks


Mexico's private sector said Tuesday it was ready to accompany the government delegation in the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

President Maduro renews call for dialogue with opposition in Venezuela


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro reiterated his call for political dialogue with the opposition Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) on Sunday.

Brazilian President Temer survives parliamentary commission vote


The Commission on Constitution, Justice and Citizenship (CCJ) of Brazil's Chamber of Deputies voted on Thursday to reject the corruption charges against President Michel Temer by 40 votes to 25.

Cuban entrepreneurs fear new US travel, business restrictions


When US President Donald Trump recently announced he was placing new restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba, he said that this would help investments go directly to the people and boost private enterprises there

Cuba to court foreign investment in theme park tourism projects


Cuba plans to court foreign investment in the tourism sector with proposed theme parks and water parks, according to the Tourism Ministry.

28 people killed in prison riot in Mexico


At least 28 people were killed in a prison riot on Thursday between suspected members of rival gangs in a prison in southern Mexican state of Guerrero, according to local authorities.

European Parliament backs first ever EU-Cuba cooperation deal in historic shift


Members of European Parliament (MEPs) meeting here for a plenary session on Wednesday backed the first-ever agreement between the European Union (EU) and Cuba in an unprecedented shift in bilateral relations between the bloc and the island nation.

Venezuela's Supreme Court attacked from police helicopter


Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday that a police helicopter had attacked the Supreme Court in the capital Caracas, but a grenade tossed at the building did not explode.

Two Argentinian ex-leaders announce bid for presidency


Two Argentinian former presidents announced Saturday they are running for parliament again.

3 dead, 30 missing after boat sinks in Colombian reservoir


At least three people died and 30 remain missing after a tour boat with some 150 passengers on board capsized Sunday afternoon in northwest Colombia, local media reported.