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  • Venezuelan crisis talks show signs of progress

  • Venezuela's Vice President Jorge Arreaza, center, accompanied of Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, right, Brazil's Foreign Minister Luiz Alberto Figueiredo, third right, Venezuela's Foreign Minister Elias Jaua, fourth right, and Colombia's Foreign Minister Maria Angela Holguin, fifth right, prepares to speak to the media after a closed door meeting between the government and opposition representatives in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, April. 15, 2014. Venezuela's opposition resumed negotiations with the government Tuesday amid rising doubts that the talks will produce a long-sought political opening. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Negotiators from Venezuela's government and the opposition agreed to broaden membership in a truth commission tasked with investigating who's to blame for 41 deaths tied to weeks of political unrest.



  • Barcelona loses, Madrid wins to move 2nd

  • Barcelona's Lionel Messi from Argentina, right, in action with Granada's Jeison Murillo from Colombia during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Granada and FC Barcelona at Los Carmenes stadium in Granada, Spain, Saturday, April 12, 2014. (AP Photo/Daniel Tejedor)BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Barcelona compounded its exit from the Champions League by losing 1-0 at Granada on Saturday, letting Real Madrid move ahead into second place in the Spanish league with a 4-0 win over Almeria.



  • Barcelona stumbles 1-0 at Granada after CL exit

  • Barcelona's Lionel Messi from Argentina, right, in action with Granada's Jeison Murillo from Colombia during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Granada and FC Barcelona at Los Carmenes stadium in Granada, Spain, Saturday, April 12, 2014. (AP Photo/Daniel Tejedor)BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Barcelona compounded its exit from the Champions League by losing 1-0 at Granada on Saturday, missing the chance to take the provisional lead of the Spanish league.



  • Maduro, opposition meet in first bid to end protests

  • Venezuelan opposition leaders Henrique Capriles (R) and Roberto Henriquez attend a meeting with President Nicolas Maduro and Latin American foreign ministers at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas on April 10, 2014Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro sat down for talks with arch-rival Henrique Capriles in a first meeting with opposition leaders to end two months of deadly street protests. Just one year after succeeding his late mentor, iconic leftist leader Hugo Chavez, Maduro agreed to an unprecedented face-to-face meeting with the opposition, after the UNASUR group of South American nations offered to mediate. The meeting, which involved about 20 representatives from both sides, was monitored by diplomats from the Vatican and the foreign ministers of Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador. "Violence can never bring peace to a country," the Vatican's envoy Aldo Giordano said, reading a letter from Pope Francis.



  • Colombia's Santos would think twice about killing FARC leader

  • Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos announces the dismissal of the mayor of Bogota Gustavo Petro, in BogotaColombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said he knows "more or less" where the Marxist FARC's leader is hiding but would think twice about attacking at this stage of peace talks with the rebel group, a change in tone from an earlier goal of capturing or killing him. Santos, who is seeking reelection in May, said he has taken the "difficult" decision to kill leaders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia before, but would consider the progress being made in peace negotiations before killing Rodrigo Londono. "I'm not going to say I would take the decision or not take it, but I think that at this stage of the process I'd think twice." Londono, known by his war alias as Timochenko, is the chief of the FARC's seven-member secretariat. Santos' stance against Londono appears to have softened 16 months into ongoing peace talks in Havana.



  • Colombia seizes 7 tons of cocaine

  • Colombia National Police Chief, Gen. Rodolfo Palomino walks on seized packages of cocaine displayed for the press at a police base in the Caribbean seaport of Cartagena, Colombia, Thursday, April 10, 2014. Police say they seized about 7 tons of cocaine Wednesday in a container bound for the Netherlands' port of Rotterdam. (AP Photo/Felipe Caicedo)CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) — Colombian police intercepted 7 tons of cocaine headed to the Dutch port of Rotterdam in one of the biggest such busts in years.



  • Suarez aims to match previous success at World Cup

  • FILE - In this Feb. 5, 2013, file photo, Honduras' coach Luis Fernando Suarez from Colombia attends a training session in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. This is the third time in its history that Honduras qualifies for a World Cup. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo, File)TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — Luis Fernando Suarez made history when he guided Ecuador to the round of 16 at the 2006 World Cup, and the Colombian has already achieved considerable success with Honduras just by qualifying for this year's tournament.



  • Ecuador offers lots of attacking options at WCup

  • FILE- In this Sept. 6, 2013, file photo, Colombia's James Rodriguez, right, celebrates with Radamel Falcao Garcia after scoring at a 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match against Ecuador in Barranquilla, Colombia. The "Coffee Growers" ripped through qualification, hammering Uruguay 4-0 on their way to earning 30 points from 16 matches. Falcao sealed qualification with two late goals against Chile, coming from behind for a 3-3 home draw. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara, File)QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia, by far Ecuador's best-known player, will be joined by some other up-and-coming attackers that could shine at the World Cup in Brazil.



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