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Some of the deadliest submarine accidentsA look at some of the world's deadliest submarine disasters
The Associated Press3 hours ago
An Argentine national flag with a drawing of a submarine hangs from the fence surrounding the naval base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. The search continues for the missing submarine, with 44 crew members, that has been lost for six days in the South Atlantic. (AP Photo/Vicente Robles)
AP Explains: The search for Argentina's missing submarineAP Explains: A round-the-clock international search is being mounted for the Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, which went missing in the South Atlantic last week with 44 crew members aboard
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Mexico's program to protect journalists struggles to workCandido Rios became the first reporter in Mexico's program to protect journalists to be slain, sending a chilling message to anyone else relying on it to stay safe
The Associated Press3 hours ago
US trade rep concerned after latest round of NAFTA talksThe United States' trade representative has expressed concerns on a lack of progress in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement at the conclusion of the fifth round of talks in Mexico City
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Widening search finds no sign of missing Argentine submarineShips and planes have combed a wider area of the frigid South Atlantic in a fruitless hunt for signs of a missing Argentine submarine, adding to growing concerns about the vessel not heard from in six days
The Associated Press7 hours ago
Report details Zetas total control over Mexican prisonOfficially it was a Mexican prison, but inside it hid another reality: a center of operations where the Zetas cartel modified vehicles and manufactured uniforms, locked up kidnapped victims and cremated bodies using diesel
The Associated Press10 hours ago
FILE - In this Aug. 23, 2017 file photo, Venezuela's Chief Prosecutor Tarek William Saab speaks during a news conference, in Caracas, Venezuela.  Venezuelan authorities detained the acting president of Citgo, the state-owned oil company’s U.S. subsidiary, and five other executives for their alleged involvement in a corruption scheme, Saab said Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File)
Venezuela arrests Citgo chief in anti-corruption dragnetVenezuelan authorities say they have detained the acting president of Citgo, the state-owned oil company's U.S. subsidiary, for alleged corruption
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Judge orders hearings for teens detained as gang suspectsA judge has ordered prompt detention hearings for any teenagers who entered the United States under the unaccompanied-children program and are being detained because of alleged gang affiliations
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Feds: Man illegally took teen from Texas to Georgia for sexFederal prosecutors say a Mexican man who's in the U.S. illegally took a teenage girl from Texas to Georgia for sex
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Human rights official, son killed in northern MexicoGunmen in Mexico killed a human rights official and his son in the northern state of Baja California Sur in a dramatic attack that was condemned by federal officials on Tuesday
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Venezuela authorities detain acting president of Citgo, the state oil company's U.S. subsidiary, for alleged corruptionVenezuela authorities detain acting president of Citgo, the state oil company's U.S. subsidiary, for alleged corruption
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Bill Clinton visits Puerto Rico, distributes relief suppliesFormer U.S. President Bill Clinton is visiting Puerto Rico and meeting with those left homeless after Hurricane Maria hit the U.S. territory as a Category 4 storm
The Associated Press1 day ago
Whitefish halts power work in Puerto Rico over $83M owedWhitefish Energy Holdings says it is halting work to help restore power in Puerto Rico because the U.S. territory's government has not paid crews as part of a contract that led to accusations of overcharging and incompetence
The Associated Press1 day ago
Argentina's navy says sounds didn't come from missing subArgentina's navy says sounds detected by probes deep in the South Atlantic on Monday did not come from a missing submarine, dashing newfound hope among relatives of the 44 crew members aboard
The Associated Press1 day ago
Ecuador president: Manafort pitched deal for China investorsEcuadorean President Lenin Moreno says he met with President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman this year together with a group of Chinese businessmen interested in acquiring a stake in the nation's power company
The Associated Press1 day ago
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