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Garcia Marquez, Godfather of Magic Realism, Dies at 87

MEXICO CITY - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel-winning Colombian author who used magical realism to tell epic stories of love, family and dictatorship in Latin America, died Thursday at the age of 87.

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Salsa Music Star José "Cheo" Feliciano, 78, Dies In Car Crash

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO — Puerto Rican singer José Luis "Cheo" Feliciano who performed with some of salsa's top stars, was killed in a car crash in San Juan early Thursday morning, police said.

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Marc Anthony to Build Orphanage in Colombian Costal City

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA – Singer Marc Anthony will build an orphanage in the Colombian city of Barranquilla, according to the city’s mayor.

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Venezuela's Maduro Calls Blood Moon a 'Chavista Sign' From the Heavens

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - As if Chávez resurrected as a bird wasn't enough, Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has sputtered another bizarre theory that will no doubt be remembered in the South American nation's history books.

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Venezuela Police, Protesters Exchange Tear Gas, Rockets

MAÑONGO, VENEZUELA - Amateur video shows faceoff between Venezuelan security forces and protesters in the latest series of clashes in Mañongo, Carabobo state. Police fired tear gas while protesters shot rudimentary mortars.

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Venezuela Reports Progress in New Crisis Talks

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - Venezuela's government and opposition reported progress Tuesday in a new round of talks aimed at ending two months of deadly protests that have rocked the oil-rich nation.

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Venezuelan Security Forces Point 'War Guns' at Civilians

A Venezuelan is speaking out through social media on a video he recorded of National Guard members pointing "war guns" at civilians while protested from their homes by banging pots and pans.

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Venezuela Set for New Crisis Talks

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - Venezuela's government and opposition will sit down Tuesday for a new round of talks aimed at ending two months of deadly protests that have rocked the oil-rich nation.

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IHRC Wants Colombia's Reasons in DEA Killer Extradition

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA - The International Commission on Human Rights is demanding Colombia give an answer for signing the extradition of two of the detainees in the June 2013 death of DEA Agent James Terry Watson.

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Venezuelan Authorities Drag Detainee by Hair in Security Video

PUERTO ORDAZ, VENEZUELA - In one of the more bizarre cases of police brutality, security video recorded members of Venezuela's National Guard dragging one of their detainees by the hair during a clash with protesters.

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez in 'Very Fragile' Condition: Family

MEXICO CITY - Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez is in "very fragile" condition and at risk of complications while recovering at his Mexico City home from a recent hospitalization, his family said Monday.

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Venezuela Probes 97 Security Troops for Torture

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - Venezuela is investigating nearly 100 armed forces and police staff for alleged torture during more than two months of ongoing deadly anti-government protests, authorities said Sunday.

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Venezuela Protests: 181 Reporters Beaten, Arrested or Robbed

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - A total of 181 journalists have been the target of attacks, thefts or arbitrary detentions in Venezuela since the start of anti-government protests two months ago, a reporters' union said Saturday.

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NTN24 Director Speaks Out to European Parliament Against Venezuela's ‘Flagrant Censorship’

STRASBOURG, FRANCE – NTN24 Director Claudia Gurisatti spoke out against the Venezuelan government and media censorship in the South American nation to the European Parliament Monday.

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