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20 Nov
The American Music Awards kicked off at the Microsoft Theater L.A. Live in Los Angeles yesterday.  The various nominees, guests, presenters and performers hit the red carpet ahead of the show. The...
20 Nov
Former Chilean President Sebastian Pinera is leading the country's presidential election with 53.05 percent of the votes, the Electoral Service of Chile announced yesterday. Some 14 million Chileans voted...
20 Nov
U.S. racer Tim Cone has won the Air Race 1 World title in Thailand yesterday. The race sees light planes racing around a course with up to eight pilots speeding along an oval circuit of eight laps. The planes...
20 Nov
In the capital city of Brazil, the 22nd annual LGBTI pride parade was celebrated yesterday. Thousands of people took part in the celebration on Brazil's most famous beachfront.  The parade is organized...
20 Nov
A top Canadian trade union leader accused the United States of bullying tactics and wanting NAFTA to fail. Officials from the United States, Canada and Mexico are meeting in Mexico City for the fifth round of...
20 Nov
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's efforts to form a three-way coalition government hit a major setback. This came after a potential coalition partner pulled out of exploratory talks due to irreconcilable...
20 Nov
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe defied expectations he would resign yesterday. He pledged to preside over a ZANU-PF congress next month even though the ruling party had removed him as its leader. Mugabe...
20 Nov
Officials at Argentina's Mar del Plata naval base said that the search effort for a submarine missing in the South Atlantic had been "tripled". Authorities tried to verify that recent satellite...
19 Nov
Panama pledges firm adherence to the one-China principle, said the President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela yesterday. It will continue its efforts to enhance the  pragmatic cooperation in all fields with...
19 Nov
Mexico has officially opened its Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve on Friday. This is to welcome to the arrival of tens and thousands of the migratory butterflies into the country. Millions of the butterflies...

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