Hundreds of migrants corralled at detention center in Mexico
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Hundreds of migrants corralled at detention center in Mexico

Hundreds of migrants from Africa, the Caribbean and Central America are now corralled in a migrant detention facility in southern Mexico after a futile attempt to head north as part of a caravan aiming to reach the United States

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Orban's party suffers major losses in Hungary's local votes
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Orban's party suffers major losses in Hungary's local votes

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's dominant right-wing Fidesz party has suffered large losses in local elections nationwide

Thousands join protest called by Haiti's art community
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Thousands join protest called by Haiti's art community

Thousands of Haitians joined a protest in the capital called by the art community to demand President Jovenel Mo´se resign

Poland's ruling party declares victory in divided nation
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Poland's ruling party declares victory in divided nation

Poland's conservative ruling party Law and Justice has won the most votes in a general election in the deeply divided nation and appeared set, according to an exit poll, to have a comfortable majority in the parliament to govern for four more years

Syria's Kurds look to Assad for protection after US pullout
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Syria's Kurds look to Assad for protection after US pullout

Turkey's offensive against the Syrian Kurds is plunging Syria deeper into turmoil

Tunisia polls suggest conservative professor wins election
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Tunisia polls suggest conservative professor wins election

Polling agencies say conservative, Islamist-backed law professor Kais Saied has won Tunisia's presidency

The Latest: Hungary opposition parties win big in Budapest
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The Latest: Hungary opposition parties win big in Budapest

The candidate backed by several opposition parties has been elected mayor of Budapest, defeating the incumbent supported by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party

Indigenous leaders, officials head to Ecuador protest talks
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Indigenous leaders, officials head to Ecuador protest talks

Residents of Ecuador's capital picked their way through piles of burnt tires and chunks of pavement Sunday as the government and indigenous protesters headed to negotiations aimed at defusing more than a week of demonstrations

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Projections indicate that Islamist-backed professor Kais Saied wins Tunisia's presidential race

Projections indicate that Islamist-backed professor Kais Saied wins Tunisia's presidential race

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Several wounded as mortars hit UN compound in Mogadishu

Several wounded as mortars hit UN compound in Mogadishu in 'blatant act of terrorism'