Analysis: It's no surprise Judge Daniel Rafecas ruled to drop accusations that the government was blocking the Jewish center bombing investigation.
The region's most gripping saga has produced one of the most genteel protests.
Medical marijuana needs to be of a higher grade and priced accordingly, Uruguayan drug authorities say. But, as always, the details are fuzzy.
CEO Maria das Gracas Foster and five other top executives resigned from South America's largest scandal-ridden corporation.
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The small South American country looks like home for the four Syrians, one Tunisian and one Palestinian — at least for now.
One of the arrivals, Abu Wa’el Dhiab, is leading a legal battle against the United States for force-feeding him while he was on hunger strike.