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Plane crash in Colombia kills 12, including aircraft owner and local mayor; president expresses condolences
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Plane crash in Colombia kills 12, including aircraft owner and local mayor; president expresses condolences

The Douglas DC-3 aircraft crashed in the centre-east of Colombia on a flight between the towns of San Jose del Guaviare and Villavicencio

Juan Guaido makes a triumphant return to Venezuela, says 'things are going well' after touring Latin American nations
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Juan Guaido makes a triumphant return to Venezuela, says 'things are going well' after touring Latin American nations

A crowd of cheering supporters greeted Guaido and his wife as they stepped into the Maiquetia airport's arrivals hall, and then sped to an opposition rally in eastern Caracas where thousands had gathered to welcome him.

Juan Guaido calls for mass protests against Nicolas Maduro ahead of return to Venezuela; to announce ‘next action’ on social network
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Juan Guaido calls for mass protests against Nicolas Maduro ahead of return to Venezuela; to announce ‘next action’ on social network

Juan Guaido called for mass protests across Venezuela against President Nicolas Maduro as he announced his return after touring Latin American allies

Venezuela aid boat docks at Curacao in the Caribbean after navy blocks cargo from reaching crisis-hit country
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Venezuela aid boat docks at Curacao in the Caribbean after navy blocks cargo from reaching crisis-hit country

A boat carrying aid from the United States docked at the island of Curacao on Sunday after officials said the Venezuelan military had stopped it from reaching the crisis-hit country.

Venezuela: Two killed as Maduro loyalists block aid convoy with tear gas, bullets; Guaido says president doesn't care for citizens
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Venezuela: Two killed as Maduro loyalists block aid convoy with tear gas, bullets; Guaido says president doesn't care for citizens

In the Venezuela border towns of San Antonio and Urena, troops fired rubber rounds at opposition supporters, including lawmakers, who walked toward the frontier waving Venezuelan flags and chanting “freedom”.

US military planes land in Colombian town near Venezuela border with 180 tons of humanitarian aid
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US military planes land in Colombian town near Venezuela border with 180 tons of humanitarian aid

That border city, swollen by a flood of migrants from Venezuela, is a collection point for aid that's supposed to be distributed by supporters of Juan Guaido.

Venezuela crisis: Donald Trump slams Nicolas Maduro for blocking aid, says US hasn't ruled out 'military option'
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Venezuela crisis: Donald Trump slams Nicolas Maduro for blocking aid, says US hasn't ruled out 'military option'

US President Donald Trump warned Venezuela on Wednesday that "all options" are on the table and demanded that far left leader Nicolas Maduro unblock US aid shipments to the country.

Former Iran boss Carlos Queiroz named new Colombia coach with Copa America, FIFA World Cup on the agenda
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Former Iran boss Carlos Queiroz named new Colombia coach with Copa America, FIFA World Cup on the agenda

Carlos Queiroz was named coach of Colombia on Thursday, the country's football federation (FCF) said, replacing Argentine Jose Pekerman who left the post in September.

Venezuelan authorities arrest five foreign journalists covering presidential standoff, deports two others from Chile
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Venezuelan authorities arrest five foreign journalists covering presidential standoff, deports two others from Chile

Two Chilean TV journalists were detained Tuesday night near the presidential palace and held for 14 hours before being expelled from the country

Daily Bulletin: Jind, Ramgarh bypoll results today; Budget Session to begin, but no Economic Survey this time; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Jind, Ramgarh bypoll results today; Budget Session to begin, but no Economic Survey this time; day's top stories

Today's top stories: Centre expected to lock horns with Opposition at the Budget Session; Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro says Donald Trump ordered his murder; Facebook is shutting down the iOS version of its controversial VPN Research app; and more.

Nicolas Maduro says 'imperialists' will have to wait for presidential elections till 2025; welcomes negotiations with US-backed Opposition
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Nicolas Maduro says 'imperialists' will have to wait for presidential elections till 2025; welcomes negotiations with US-backed Opposition

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said he was prepared to hold negotiations with the US-backed opposition and added he would support early parliamentary elections

Pope Francis launches a new app allowing the faithful to pray with him
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Pope Francis launches a new app allowing the faithful to pray with him

www.clicktopray.org, would allow the faithful to "accompany the pope in a mission of compassion for the world".

International friendlies: James Rodriguez inspires Colombia to victory over inexperienced USA side
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International friendlies: James Rodriguez inspires Colombia to victory over inexperienced USA side

Colombia drew on the world-class talent of Falcao and midfielder James Rodriguez, who made his presence felt throughout as he returned to international duty.

Jose Pekerman steps down as Colombia manager after six and a half years in charge
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Jose Pekerman steps down as Colombia manager after six and a half years in charge

Jose Pekerman has quit as Colombia manager two months after leading them to the last 16 of the World Cup in Russia, the Colombian Football Federation (FCF) said on Tuesday.

Venezuelan migrants fleeing country's economic crisis pour into Peru before new passport rule come into force
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Venezuelan migrants fleeing country's economic crisis pour into Peru before new passport rule come into force

Peru doesn't share a border with Venezuela, but migrants try to reach it by going through Ecuador or Colombia, hoping to find a job or obtain legal status.

Chile becomes first South American country to ban commercial use of plastic bags
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Chile becomes first South American country to ban commercial use of plastic bags

Chile's problem has reached epic proportions with 3.2 billion plastic bags used every year.

Venezuelan president Nicholas Maduro says he escaped drone 'assassination' attempt in Caracas; suspects arrested
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Venezuelan president Nicholas Maduro says he escaped drone 'assassination' attempt in Caracas; suspects arrested

Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday he escaped an "assassination" attempt using an explosive-laden drone, after a live broadcast showed him looking confused when a bang went off during a Caracas military parade and dozens of soldiers scuttling for safety.

Colombia president Juan Manuel Santos says Nicolas Maduro's days as President of Venezuela are numbered
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Colombia president Juan Manuel Santos says Nicolas Maduro's days as President of Venezuela are numbered

Nicolas Maduro's days as president of Venezuela are numbered, says Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos as tense relations between the two leaders continue.

India lose to Pakistan in pre-quarterfinals of WSF-World Junior Squash team championship
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India lose to Pakistan in pre-quarterfinals of WSF-World Junior Squash team championship

In what was a hugely anticipated clash, the visitors from across the border, seeded 11th, marched ahead as Haris Qasim and Abbas Zeb posted wins over Rahul Baitha and Yash Fadte respectively after losing the opening match.

Peru declares 60-day State of Emergency on its border with Colombia to secure area affected by drug trafficking
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Peru declares 60-day State of Emergency on its border with Colombia to secure area affected by drug trafficking

Peru has declared a 60-day state of emergency on its border with Colombia in order to guarantee security in a region rife with drug trafficking