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  • Indigenous leaders, officials head to Ecuador protest talks

    QUITO, Ecuador - Residents of Ecuador's capital picked their way through piles of burned tires and chunks of pavement Sunday as the government and indigenous protesters headed to negotiations aimed at defusing more than a week of demonstrations that have paralyzed the nation's economy.
  • Hundreds of migrants corralled at detention centre in Mexico

    TAPACHULA, Mexico - Hundreds of migrants from Africa, the Caribbean and Central America found themselves corralled in a migrant detention facility in southern Mexico on Sunday after a futile attempt to head north as part of a caravan aiming to reach the United States.
  • US pulling out of northern Syria; full withdrawal possible

    WASHINGTON - The United States appears to be heading toward a full military withdrawal from Syria amid growing chaos , cries of betrayal and signs that Turkey's invasion could fuel a broader war.
  • Voters weary of more investigations as impeachment ramps up

    FISHERS, Ind. - As Democrats' impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump intensifies, Mark Stenske feels like he's seen this movie before, and the storyline is getting old.
  • Hunter Biden to step down from Chinese board

    NEW YORK - Facing intense scrutiny from President Donald Trump and his Republican allies, Hunter Biden said Sunday he will step down from the board of directors of a Chinese-backed private equity firm at the end of the month as part of a pledge not to work on behalf of any foreign-owned companies should his father win the presidency.
  • Orban's party suffers major losses in Hungary's local votes

    BUDAPEST, Hungary - Prime Minister Viktor Orban's dominant right-wing Fidesz party suffered large losses in Sunday's local elections in Hungary.
  • Family seeks answers after police kill Texas woman at home

    FORT WORTH, Texas - A white police officer who killed a black woman inside her Texas home while responding to a neighbour's call about an open front door "didn't have time to perceive a threat" before he opened fire, an attorney for the woman's family said.
  • Thousands join protest called by Haiti's art community

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Thousands of Haitians joined a protest in the capital Sunday called by the art community to demand President Jovenel Moïse resign, increasing pressure on the embattled leader after nearly a month of marches that have shuttered schools and businesses.
  • Florida police: No active mall shooter, 1 injured

    BOCA RATON, Fla. - Police say a person with a possible gunshot wound has been located but there's no active shooter at a Boca Raton mall that had been placed on a lockdown after reports of shots fired.
  • Poland's ruling party declares victory in divided nation

    WARSAW, Poland - Poland's conservative governing Law and Justice party won the most votes in Sunday's election in the deeply divided nation and appeared, according to an exit poll, to have secured a comfortable majority in parliament to govern for four more years.

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