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As protesters fill streets of Venezuela, Trump recognizes opposition leader as rightful president

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro responded by ordering U.S. personnel out of the country within 72 hours. But Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo said late Wednesday that the U.S. had no plans to withdraw its personnel.

$100 million is ordinary money in the world of ‘El Chapo’

The trial of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has broadened our understanding of the illicit drug industry and its finances.

Paul Whelan, held on spy charges in Russia, will remain in Moscow jail until trial

A Russian court has denied bail to American Paul Whelan, who was arrested in Moscow on Dec. 28 on espionage charges. A Moscow City Court rejected an appeal by Whelan's lawyer to release Whelan and dismiss the charges against the former U.S. Marine.

12 Catalan leaders face trial on charges of sedition and rebellion against Spain

The former Mexican lawmaker testified about the cartel chief's naked run through a secret tunnel that started under his bathtub, having to trim the pants of the famously short kingpin, and about her work for the Sinaloa cartel.

Singapore’s ‘kiasu’ culture makes FOMO look like child’s play

Before there was FOMO, there was “kiasu,” the Singaporean way to describe the fear of losing out. No word better encapsulates the city-state's competitive, and sometimes petty, nature.

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