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The Communist government said on Thursday that it was halving the edition size of some weeklies as well as Granma on certain days due to the lack of newsprint, which it imports.
According to Bolsonaro, the overthrow of an elected leftist government was not a coup d'etat, but a legitimate movement backed by the country's Congress and judiciary
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It could be a boost for Brazil's new right-wing government,
Venezuela's chief prosecutor's office has opened an investigation of Guaido, into alleged links to "incidents of violence"
Venezuela's Guaido begins journey home from Ecuador
At Vatican abuse summit, African nun scolds bishops on their errors
Venezuela's Maduro breaks relations with Colombia; expels Colombian embassy employees
Chile joins Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay in World Cup bid
Haiti's president defies violent protests, will not step down
Loss of Venezuelan oil exports won't leave huge gap in global market
The rise and fall of 'El Chapo,' Mexico's most wanted kingpin
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'El Chapo' trial reveals drug lord's love life, business dealings
FTSE slightly higher led by oil, consumer goods
Court hears how alleged drug lord played cat and mouse with police
Trial hears that drug lords paid off Mexican officials at every level.
UK stocks climb Wall Street ladder
Germany weighing new government jet after Buenos Aires debacle
Trade war truce triggers surge in European shares