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Young child among migrants crossing the English Channel

Dozens of people make the crossing in small boats as winds increase in the English Channel.

Indigenous Colombians Joining National Anti-Government Protests

Anti-government protests growing in Colombia   

Runner Up in Bolivia Presidential Race Concedes Defeat, Citing Exit Polling

Exit polling shows Luis Arce Catacora is the likely winner of Bolivia’s presidential election

High Court to Review Two Cases Involving Trump Border Policy

The justices' decision to hear the cases continues its practice of reviewing lower court rulings that have found President Donald Trump's immigration policies illegal over the past four years

Indigenous Colombians rally in Bogotá over killings

Thousands of indigenous people demand Colombia's president hear their concerns about rising violence.

Trump Objects to 'Mute' Button in Next Biden Matchup, But Debate Will Go On

The Presidential Commission on Debates said each candidate's microphone would be silenced to allow the other to make two minutes of opening remarks at the beginning of each 15-minute segment of the debate

Coronavirus: Argentina's confirmed cases surpass one million

The South American nation becomes the fifth and smallest country in the world to reach this figure.

Trump Goes After Fauci, Tries to Buck Up His Campaign Team

At a rally in Prescott, Arizona, Trump assailed Biden for pledging to heed the advice of scientific experts, saying dismissively that his rival "wants to listen to Dr. Fauci"

US Supreme Court Rejects Republican Bid to Limit Mail-in Voting in Pennsylvania

The justices, divided 4-4, left in place a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling in favor of state Democrats

US Poised to Sanction Iran After UN Arms Embargo Expires

US rejects Sunday's expiration of an international arms embargo on Iran, saying it will use its domestic laws to punish any weapons supplier dealing with the Islamic Republic