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A ballet dancer in Peru who hid the Shining Path rebel leader in her apartment has been freed after spending 25 years in jail.
Brazilian authorities are investigating reports about 10 members of an uncontacted Amazon tribe were killed in a massacre after gold miners were heard 'boasting'...
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Pope Francis is visiting Colombia for the first time in 30 years to promote peace after decades of war that has displaced 220,000 people.
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Former Brazil presidents Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rouseff are among eight people charged with forming a criminal organisation.
Former chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega becomes the subject of embezzlement accusations launched ed by Venezuela.
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