Santiago – Chilean state-owned copper giant Codelco, the world largest producer of the red metal, turned a profit for the second straight quarter but still posted an $18 million loss for the first nine months of 2016.
Washington – U.S. first lady Michelle Obama received Friday, together with her nephews and the two family dogs, Bo and Sunny, the Christmas tree that will be displayed in the Blue Room of the White House this year.
Cardenas – Four people died in Costa Rica during the devastation of Hurricane Otto, whose epicenter has now moved into the Pacific Ocean, while Nicaragua’s Cardenas municipality on the Costa Rican border awoke Friday morning unable [...]
The billionaire founder of Corona beer has reportedly made his entire home village millionaires in his will.
Antonino Fernandez, who was born in the Spanish village of Cerezales del Condado in 1917, emigrated to Mexico [...]
ATLANTA (AP) – Prospective college students in the country illegally are now eligible for consideration at two Georgia state universities that have prohibited their admission in recent years.
The Board of Regents, [...]
RIO DE JANEIRO – A Brazilian minister has resigned as part of a growing scandal that implicates President Michel Temer.
Former Culture Minister Marcelo Calero has told federal police that Temer’s legislative [...]
BERLIN – German prosecutors say a nurse who was convicted of killing patients with overdoses of heart medication had at least 43 victims.
Niels Hoegel was found guilty last year of two murders, two attempted murders [...]
BEIRUT – Syrian opposition activists say airstrikes on a northern village killed at least five people including children.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the airstrike on the village of [...]
PARIS – Sunday’s primary runoff to select a conservative candidate for the French presidential election pits a champion of free-market economics and traditional family values against a moderate who accuses his rival of pandering [...]
SOFIA, Bulgaria – Police in Bulgaria say about 400 migrants have been detained after clashes with police at a refugee camp left several injured. Another 15 migrants have been arrested for damaging property.