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  • New Zealand police find 418 pounds of cocaine in banana shipment

  • AUCKLAND, New Zealand — New Zealand police have made the country’s largest cocaine seizure, with 418 pounds of the drug found in a container of bananas shipped from Panama. New Zealand police and customs officials say in a joint statement the cocaine was contained in five duffel bags on top of bananas in a shipment...
  • In Honduras, most returnees from caravan hope to try again

  • The Metropolitan Grand Central bus terminal in this city where the migrant caravan traveling through Mexico originated more than three weeks ago is a place of crossing destinies for Hondurans dreaming of seeking a better life in the United States.
  • The bridge across the Americas

  • Mention Panama and most people will probably think about its eponymous canal. Maybe they'll be reminded of 1980s dictator Manuel Noriega. Perhaps the more recent scandal of the Panama Papers leak of financial documents.
  • Trump sued by caravan, claims constitutional rights

  • President Trump and his administration are being sued by a dozen migrants traveling from Honduras The lawsuit claims the administration is infringing on their constitutional rights, citing the Fifth Amendment to the constitution that states, “no person… shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law."
  • Venezuela, Cuba & Nicaragua: Team Trump’s new Latin ‘axis of evil’

  • The George W. Bush administration had its “Axis of Evil.” Now the Trump administration has the term “Troika of Tyranny” to describe oppressive Latin American dictators it is now pledging to confront. The administration is right to call out the crimes of the leaders of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. But it remains to be seen...
  • The Latest: Guatemala president to visit US

  • The Latest on the caravans of migrants making their way through Mexico (all times local): 2:15 p.m. Guatemala's president and first lady will travel to the U.S. this weekend as a large migrant caravan continues journeying through southern Mexico hoping to reach the United States, but remains hundreds of miles away from the border.
  • From chaos to a bridge across the Americas

  • In just a couple of decades, Panama has gone from chaos to being a stable bridge between North America and South America. Find out how Panama overcame obstacles to come into its own.
  • The Story w/ Martha MacCallum - Thursday, November 1

  • On Thursday, Martha details the latest sanctions dropped onto Venezuela Nicaragua and Cuba by the Administration in a move to placate the regions, while the midterms get glitzy with high profile celebrity Oprah Winfrey campaigning, and an Undocumented Immigrant responds to the President's plans.
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