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    Brazilian Prosecutors Bring New Charges Against Ex-President Brazilian prosecutors said on Monday that they brought new charges against former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, adding yet another accusation to a series of corruption charges against the embattled left-leaning leader who is also a presidential hopeful for 2018. Federal prosecutors said in a statement that Silva interfered in state-run development bank...

    Colombia, No. 2 Rebel Group Announce Peace Talks The Colombian government and the country’s second largest rebel group have announced the start of peace talks October 27 in the capital of Ecuador. Monday’s announcement of talks with the 2,000-strong National Liberation Army comes just days after Colombian voters stunned diplomats and world leaders by rejecting a peace deal ending a half...

    Hurricane Matthew Death Toll Rising, Cholera Threatens Haiti Hurricane Matthew was downgraded as it made its way back into the Atlantic Ocean after wreaking havoc in several countries in the past few days. Communities that were in its path are beginning to assess the damage. The impoverished island nation of Haiti was the worst hit, with over 1000 people killed...

    Colombian President Wins Nobel Peace Prize Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos won this year’s 2016 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to broker an end to a half-century of civil war - the western hemisphere’s longest-running conflict. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.

    How Colombia's Conflict Evolved Over Decades The Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos is likely to give a boost to the country's efforts to end a half-century of hostilities with leftist rebels. The Associated Press explains how the conflict began and developed over the decades. How it started   The 1948 assassination of populist firebrand Jorge Eliecer Gaitan led...

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