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Taiwan Celebrates Asia's First Same-Sex Marriages As Couples Tie Knot
By Yimou Lee, Reuters
More than 360 LGBTQ couples married on Friday, in what human rights advocates hailed as a global milestone.
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Lack Of Accessible Child Care Is Keeping Many Brazilian Women In Poverty
By Andrea Martinelli, Ana Beatriz Rosa and Marcella Fernandes, HuffPost Brazil
Women may be forced to leave work to take care of their kids, sometimes waiting years for spots to open up in local schools.
Pete Buttigieg Calls Out Trump Administration's 'Saber-Rattling' With Venezuela And Iran
The South Bend Mayor also called the Iraq War, which he said national security adviser John Bolton helped create, one of the worst foreign policy mistakes in U.S. history.
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When The Far Right Took Over Brazil, Its Only LGBTQ Congressman Fled For His Life
Jean Wyllys left Brazil amid death threats from backers of authoritarian President Jair Bolsonaro. Now, he's a "living representative" of Bolsonaro's oppression.
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Facebook Busts Israel-Based Effort To Disrupt Elections Around The Globe
By Isabel Debre and Raphael Satter, AP
In the last seven years, the group spent $800,000 on Facebook ads to influence elections in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
U.S. Orders Suspension Of Flights Between The U.S. And Venezuela
The measure will affect a group of small Venezuelan carriers including Avior Airlines, which has been offering service to Miami.
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Cuban LGBT Activists Defy Government, Hold Unprecedented Indie Pride Parade
By Sarah Marsh, Reuters
At least three activists were arrested for the march.
Pompeo Going To Russia Amid Disputes Over Venezuela, Arctic
The secretary of state will visit Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro’s Anti-LGBTQ Policies
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro’s trip to the U.S. was canceled after criticism against his racist, homophobic and sexist rhetoric.
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Trevor Noah On Trump: So Many International Conflicts, So Little Time
"Daily Show" host tries to parse where America will dive in: Iran, Venezuela or China?
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No Survivors Reported After Private Plane From Las Vegas Crashes In Mexico
The private plane went missing Sunday, and the wreckage was found Monday.
Trump, Putin Discuss Venezuela, Mueller Investigation
The U.S. president also spoke to the Russian president about North Korea during a long phone call on Friday.
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On The Brazil Border, Venezuela's Political Crisis Has Become A Humanitarian Nightmare
Venezuela’s descent into chaos, which nearly culminated in an anti-government military uprising, has had profound effects on both sides of the border.
What To Know About The Uprising In Venezuela
Opposition leader Juan Guaidó has called on his supporters to rise up against President Nicolás Maduro.
Street Clashes Erupt As Venezuela's Guaido Urges Uprising
Amid the mayhem, an armored utility vehicle drove at full speed into the crowd.
Military Coup Attempt In Venezuela
The Venezuelan opposition leader has declared a military coup is underway but Nicolás Maduro’s government has vowed to fight it.
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaido Calls For Military Uprising Against Maduro
By Vivian Sequera and Angus Berwick, Reuters
In a video posted earlier on Twitter, Guaido said he had begun the “final phase” of his campaign to topple Maduro.
Pope Francis, Who Chided Trump's Border Wall, Gives $500,000 To Migrants In Mexico
The donation will go toward helping those fleeing Central American who have found the U.S. border "closed to them," the Vatican said.
Hours After Mass Escape In Mexico, Cuban Migrants Chant For Food, Freedom
By Mark Stevenson, AP
Over 600 migrants fled from a Mexican detention center in one of the largest mass escapes ever.
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Leader Of Anti-Immigrant Militia Group Attacked In Jail, Lawyer Says
By Julio-Cesar Chavez, Reuters
Larry Hopkins, 69, was arrested on gun charges after his group spent two months detaining thousands of immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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ACLU Condemns 'Vigilantes' Who Are Allegedly Detaining Migrants On The Border
By Andrew Hay, Reuters
The United Constitutional Patriots claim they're helping U.S. Border Patrol catch undocumented migrants. The ACLU calls the group kidnappers.
U.S. Court Upholds Most Of California's 'Sanctuary' Migrant Laws
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco largely affirmed a July ruling from a lower court.
Peru's Ex-President Alan Garcia Dies After Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound
By Mitra Taj and Marco Aquino, Reuters
He shot himself in the head to avoid arrest in connection with a bribery probe, authorities said.
Dad Whose Soldier Wife Died In Afghanistan Details His ICE Arrest And Deportation
Jose Gonzalez Carranza spent days in a migrant shelter in Mexico before he was allowed to return to the U.S. to reunite with his 12-year-old daughter.
Chinese Ambassador Says Mike Pompeo 'Lost His Mind' In Clash Over Venezuela
Leaders battle over future of South American nation as Pentagon "explores options," CNN reports.
Natural History Museum Won't Host Event Honoring Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro
The New York City museum faced criticism for hosting a climate change skeptic who has targeted protections over the Amazon rainforest.
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