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Arrests made in Australian counterterrorism raids

Australian police made a series of arrests on Thursday in a counterterrorism operation that comes just days after the country lifted its terror warning to the second-highest level in response to the domestic threat posed by supporters of the Islamic State group.

Colombia's ex-President Uribe grilled by lawmakers over alleged ties to right-wing militias

Former President Alvaro Uribe was grilled by lawmakers Wednesday over allegations of ties to drug traffickers and right-wing paramilitaries, accusations that have dogged him over decades in Colombia's politics.

Argentina's peso drops to 15 per US dollar on country's black market, its weakest on record

The value of Argentina's peso has hit its lowest level ever on the black market.

AP Interview: Brazil candidate Silva says time to improve US ties, push human rights

Front-running Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva says that if elected she'll work to repair ties with the U.S. damaged by American espionage in Brazil.

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