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Crimea Lawmakers Adopt Motion to Join Russia

Kiev, March 6 (RHC)-- Lawmakers of Ukraine’s autonomous Crimea region have requested Russia to let the region join the Russian Federation amid escalating tens... More

Venezuela Breaks Diplomatic and Trade Relations with Panama

Caracas, March 6 (RHC) -– The Venezuelan government has announced that it is cutting ties with Panama, citing the Central American country's complicity in a &... More

Costa Rican Government's Presidential Candidate Withdraws from Run-off Elections

San José, March 6 (RHC) -– Costa Rican presidential candidate Johnny Araya, from the governing party, says he is abandoning his campaign for April's run-off ... More

U.S. President Barack Obama Orders Property and Visa Bans Over Ukraine Crisis

Washington, March 6 (RHC)-- U.S. President Barack Obama has signed an executive order imposing a ban on visas and property of a number of individuals who the Un... More

Pentagon Budget Request at $575 Billion, Over $79 Billion for War

Washington, March 6 (RHC)-- According to reports from Washington, the newly proposed U.S. military budget for 2015 is $575 billion. The Pentagon is reportedly s... More

At Least 70 Dead in Bolivian Carnival Festivities

La Paz, March 6 (RHC) -– The Bolivian government says 70 people have died, most of them in car accidents, during carnival festivities in the Andean country. I... More

U.S. Judge Bars Enforcement of Ecuadorean Ruling on Chevron Pollution

Washington, March 6 (RHC)-- The oil giant Chevron has won a major victory in a lawsuit it brought against victims of its pollution in Ecuador. A group of indige... More

Five Killed by Armed Group in Northern Colombia

Bogotá, March 6 (RHC) -– Five people were killed Wednesday by an armed group that invaded a farm in northern Colombia, the public defenders office said in a ... More

U.S. Appeals Court Orders BP to Resume Gulf Spill Payments

Houston, March 6 (RHC)-- A U.S. appeals court has rejected the oil giant BP’s attempt to limit payouts stemming from its 2010 oil spill in the Gulf.... More

CIA Officials Accused of Spying on Senate Panel

Washington, March 6 (RHC)-- The CIA has launched an investigation of its own employees over a dispute with a u.s. Senate panel probing the agency’s torture an... More

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