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A 6.2 earthquake shook the coast of Ecuador on Wednesday, just days after a bigger quake battered the area and killed nearly 500 people in a blow to the country's already fragile economy.
Earthquake-stricken Ecuador faced the grim reality of recovering more bodies than survivors as rescue efforts moved into a third day and the death toll climbed over 400 in the poor South American country.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff discussed with correspondents of the international press Sunday’s parliamentary vote to open impeachment proceedings against her, accusing the opposition sectors in that country of lying to society.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's government vowed on Monday to fight impeachment after the lower house of Congress delivered a humiliating defeat that paved the way for her likely removal from office months before the country hosts the Olympics.
Mexicans celebrating an Easter ritual burnt effigies of US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, whose anti-immigrant views have sparked outrage south of the American border.
04/04/2016 | Panamá Papers leak
Politicians from seven parties in Brazil were named as clients of a Panama-based firm at the center of a massive data leak over possible tax evasion, O Estado de S.Paulo said on Monday.