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Free Peltier now, supporters say

Dozens of the supporters of American Indian activist Leonard Peltier have gathered in Rapid City in the US Midwest to call for a review of his case and his release from prison.

Heavy rains leave 12 dead in Haiti

Heavy rains over the weekend have left at least 12 people dead and several missing in the Haitian capital.

8 policemen killed in Mexico shootout

Eight police officers have been killed and one wounded in a shootout in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa.

Mapuche end hunger strike in Chile

Ten indigenous Mapuche Indians have ended their prison hunger strike after an agreement with the Chilean government to drop terrorism charges against them.
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Sun, 03 Oct 2010 03:05:12 GMTFour British tourists and two Peruvian crew members were killed when their plane crashed in an overflight of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Peru.
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Sat, 02 Oct 2010 02:29:46 GMTGloria La Riva of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, which is based in the United States, says that the recent coup attempt in Ecuador was definitely organized by the US.
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