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  • Colombia asks Cuba to arrest ELN rebel leader under Interpol notice

    Colombia's government has asked Cuba to capture ELN rebel commander Nicolas Rodriguez, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday, a sign peace talks with the insurgent group are unlikely to resume soon.

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  • Why Were These Interfaith Leaders Arrested at the US-Mexico Border?

    Sasha Abramsky They were dragged away by the Border Patrol for bearing prophetic witness against the mistreatment of refugees and asylum seekers. The post Why Were These Interfaith Leaders Arrested at the US-Mexico Border? appeared first on The Nation.

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  • Colombia's ex-rebels turn rafting guides

    Former rebel fighters, who traded their guns, battle fatigues and heavy rucksacks for paddles, helmets and life jackets, launch four rafts laden with visitors into the Pato River, deep in Colombia's Amazon jungle.

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  • US arrests religious leaders, activists at border protest

    Kneeling in front of riot police, 32 religious leaders and activists were arrested at the U.S. border fence in San Diego on Monday during a protest to support the Central American migrant caravan. More than 400 demonstrators, many leaders of churches, mosques, synagogues and indigenous communities, sought a halt to detention and deportation of migrants and for the United States to welcome the caravan that arrived in Tijuana, Mexico in November. Singing and praying, religious

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  • Ex-Burundi leader rejects warrant for his arrest as tactic

    Pierre Buyoya, Burundi's former president, on Sunday dismissed as politically motivated an arrest warrant issued against him for his alleged participation in the assassination of his country's first democratically elected leader. On Friday, Burundi's attorney general issued 17 international...

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  • Ex-Burundi leader rejects warrant for his arrest as tactic

    KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — Pierre Buyoya, Burundi’s former president, on Sunday dismissed as politically motivated an arrest warrant issued against him for his alleged participation in the assassination of his country’s first democratically elected leader.…

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  • Ex-Burundi leader rejects warrant for his arrest as tactic

    Pierre Buyoya, Burundi's former president, on Sunday dismissed as politically motivated an arrest warrant issued against him for his alleged participation in the assassination of his country's first democratically elected leader.

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