Assange welcome to stay: Ecuador

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can stay in the Ecuador embassy in London for "as long as necessary," the country's government says.
Of course, all this do-gooding is self-reported, so it’s possible that people are making themselves sound better than they are.
A Brazilian artist is blazing his way through the art world with weed paintings created by blowing cannabis smoke.
Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto denounced Saturday the violence at protests over 43 young men who are missing and feared to have been massacred.
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Thousands of teachers and students took to the streets in Mexico on Friday to demand justice for 43 young men feared to have been massacred by drug-gang hitmen...
Mexicans furious at the presumed massacre of 43 students torched the ruling party's Guerrero state headquarters and briefly took a police commander prisoner as...
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Mexico's National Palace has been attacked by protesters angry over the massacre of 43 students.
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