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Protesters against gun violence dressed in white clothe hold up photos of the victims of gun violence in Times Square in response to recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Denton, Ohio on August 4, 2019 in New York City.

Uruguay just warned citizens against visiting the US after the El Paso shooting that reportedly targeted Hispanic people

On Monday, Uruguay's foreign ministry advised citizens not to travel to the US and specifically called out hate crimes and gun violence.
A city in Argentina without power.

A massive power outage left over 48 million people in the dark across entire countries in South America

A blackout has affected all of Argentina and Uruguay, and parts of Brazil and Paraguay, leaving millions of people without power across South America.

79 years ago, the British won a surprise victory over Nazi Germany in the first major naval battle of World War II

The British faced a bleak outlook in the early days of World War II, but a naval victory thousands of miles away from Europe boosted spirits at home.

From underdog stories to history being made, the 2018 World Cup is off to a great start

All the thrills and spills of the 2018 World Cup so far.
Mohamed Salah was set to become one of the stars of the World Cup, but he began Egypt's first match on the bench and would never make an appearance and his country would go on to lose in heartbreaking fashion.

Egypt made a baffling decision to bench its best player in its first match of the World Cup and then lost in the final minute

Mohamed Salah was set to become one of the stars of the World Cup, but he began Egypt's first match on the bench without making an appearance as his country lost in heartbreaking fashion.

People in Latin America are starting to turn against outlawing marijuana

Attitudes in Latin America are shifting away from supporting prohibitionist policies, but they are far from consensus and the policy implications are unclear.