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Maduro Announces New Measures to Fight Venezuela’s Economic Crisis

CARACAS, VENEZUELA – Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro announced new measures to combat the OPEC nation’s worst economic crisis, which has become one of the many rally calls behind violent anti-government protests.

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Image May Soon be Featured on Colombian Pesos

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA – Colombia’s Congress may soon pass a new law honoring author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, allowing the Nobel Prize winner’s likeness to appear on new banknotes, and to name the new legislative building after him.

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Venezuelans Report 'Police Invasion' in Anzoátegui State on Social Media

LECHERÍA, VENEZUELA - Venezuelans on social media reported "brutal repression" on behalf of police at the Aguamarina residence in Lechería, Anzoátegui state. Users reported officers opened fire at demonstrators until early morning.

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US Sets $5 Million Reward for FARC Boss

WASHINGTON - The US government is offering a $5 million (USD) reward for information leading to the capture of FARC boss Timoleón Jiménez, better known as his nom de guerre 'Timochenko'.

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Sacked Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro Restored to Office in Reversal

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA - Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos reversed himself Wednesday and reinstated a leftist politician who was ousted last month as mayor of Bogotá.

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Venezuela Government, Opposition to Resume Talks Thursday

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - A Venezuelan opposition coalition and President Nicolas Maduro's government will meet for new talks aimed at ending more than two months of deadly anti-government protests, officials said Tuesday.

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Top Colombia Court Orders Reinstatement of Ousted Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA – Bogotá’s superior tribunal ordered President Juan Manuel Santos to reinstate ousted Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro within 48 hours.

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Colombia Says Goodbye to Gabriel Garcia Marquez

BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA - Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday in the Cathedral of Bogota to pay homage to the Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, affectionately known as "Gabo".

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Colombian Hometown Honors Gabriel Garcia Marquez

ARACATACA, COLOMBIA - The hometown of Gabriel Garcia Marquez paid tribute to their local hero, marching through the streets of Aracataca in remembrance of the Nobel laureate who is said to have put the quaint town on the international literary map.

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Cellphone Video Shows More Clashes in Venezuela's Carabobo State

EL TRIGAL, VENEZUELA - Mass clashes show no sign of dying down as police fire tear gas at a crowd of demonstrators in El Trigal, Carabobo state.

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Protesters Evolved to ‘Selective Attacks,’ Says Venezuelan Military Chief

CARACAS, VENEZUELA – Venezuela’s top military commander announced that the street protests that began last February have now entered a second phase of “selective attacks” by “terrorist cells.”

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Mexican And Colombian Presidents Hail Garcia Marquez In Final Farewell

MEXICO CITY - Presidents, literary greats and fans descended on Mexico's iconic Palace of Fine Arts on Monday to pay their final respects to Colombia's Nobel laureatre Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

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No Rest For Venezuela Clashes on Easter Holiday

CARACAS, VENEZUELA - Two months following he start of deadly protests, demonstrators took no rest on Easter Sunday, clashing with riot guards in the Chacao sector of Caracas.

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Mexico Bids Farewell to Gabriel Garcia Marquez

MEXICO CITY - Mexico bid farewell Monday to its adopted son, Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a national tribute filled with roses and the late Nobel winner's favorite music.

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