British gov’t says local elections in Turks and Caicos postponed while reforms take root

Britain: No election next year in Turks and Caicos

British gov’t: Local elections in Turks and Caicos postponed while reforms take root

UK: No elections next year in Turks and Caicos

Juan Mari Bras, elder statesman of Puerto Rico’s independence movement, dies at 82

PR independence leader Juan Mari Bras dies at 82

Arguments to bar citizenship for children of illegal immigrants miss vast majorities of babies

‘Birth tourism’ a tiny portion of immigrant babies

Mercosur nations agree on new customs code that will reduce import-export fees and bureaucracy

Mercosur trade bloc agrees to reduce customs fees

Military defense lawyer asks US Supreme Court to halt trial for Guantanamo’s youngest detainee

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Puerto Rico panel to investigate clash between police and protesters outside Capitol

Puerto Rico panel to probe Capitol clash

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Puerto Rico has launched a probe of last week’s violent clash between police and demonstrators at the Capitol, the U.S. island territory’s civil rights commission said Sunday.

Police fire pepper spray in clashes with protesters outside Puerto Rico’s Capitol

Police, protesters clash at Puerto Rico’s Capitol

Authorities rescue Mexican journalists stranded after ambush on international convoy

Authorities rescue 2 stranded Mexican journalists

Magazine director joins search for journalists after ambush of activist convoy in Mexico

Rescue mission under way for Mexican journalists

Singer Ricky Martin criticizes Arizona’s immigration law, saying it ‘makes no sense’

Ricky Martin criticizes Arizona’s immigration law

More survivors emerge after ambush of caravan carrying rights observers, leftists in Mexico

More survivors of Mexico ambush emerge from bush

Gunmen ambush caravan of rights observers, leftists in southern Mexico, killing Finn, Mexican

2 dead in attack on rights caravan in south Mexico

Gunmen ambush humanitarian caravan in southern Mexico, killing Finnish man, Mexican activist

2 dead in attack on aid caravan in southern Mexico

Ambush on humanitarian caravan in Mexico kills Finnish man, Mexican activist

Finnish, Mexican killed in ambush on caravan

US agents remove passenger added to ‘no-fly’ list en route to New York from Africa

US detains NY-bound passenger in Puerto Rico

Cuban writer Carlos Franqui, former rebel turned critic, dies at 89

Cuban writer, activist Carlos Franqui dies at 89

Puerto Rico senator steps down from powerful committee, cites federal investigation

PR senator confirms he is target of federal probe

US gov’t finds medical equipment not properly cleaned at some Puerto Rico veterans clinics

Report: Equipment at PR veterans clinics not clean

Mexican gov’t official fired for painting teen’s buttocks as punishment for graffiti tagging

Mexican official fired for painting teen’s bottom

Uruguay, Argentina on Secretary of State Clinton’s agenda Monday

Clinton to meet with Uruguay’s incoming president

Turks & Caicos ex-premier trying to sell beachfront mansion amid corruption probe by UK

TC ex-premier trying to sell mansion amid UK probe

Top law enforcement official in Puerto Rico resigns amid concerns over violent crime

Puerto Rico’s top law enforcer resigns

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Puerto Rico’s top law enforcement official is resigning after less than a year in office, amid criticism about violent crime in the U.S. territory.

Curacao police say leads in the case of a missing US diplomat are going cold

Curacao: Case of missing US diplomat going cold

Former Guantanamo detainee, raised in Saudi Arabia, struggles to build new life in Chad

Ex-Gitmo detainee struggles to build life in Chad

Sonia Sotomayor reconnects with Puerto Rico, family, food on 1st visit as Sup. Court justice

President Barack Obama

Relatives of missing Dominican workers demand government solve mystery of vanished plane

Dominicans demand government solve plane mystery

Sonia Sotomayor to make 1st visit to Puerto Rico since becoming US Supreme Court justice

The White House

Puerto Rican ex-mayor defends seizure of traffic citation booklets prior to elections

PR ex-mayor defends seizure of cops’ citation pads

FBI says Puerto Rican accused of threatening US Attorney, federal judge turns self in

FBI: Puerto Rican who threatened feds arrested

Military judge denies request to expand charges against Sudanese detainee at Gitmo war court

Gitmo judge denies request to expand case

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A judge in Guantanamo Bay’s war crimes court has denied a request by military prosecutors to expand their case against a Sudanese detainee accused of being a bodyguard for Osama bin Laden.

Military seeks to expand charges against Sudanese detainee at Guantanamo war court

Military seeks to expand case against detainee

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