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Deadly shooting in Texas elementary school

On Tuesday, an 18-year-old gunman opened fire at the Robb Elementary School, in Uvalde, Texas, killing at least 19 children and 2 adults. This...

Four decades after massacre, El Mozote residents still mourn

Twenty-nine years ago, as she was preparing the ground to rebuild her family home in El Mozote, El Salvador, Miriam Nunez found the bones...

Prison terms of up to 828 years for Guatemala drug gang members who massacred foreigners

GUATEMALA CITY – A Guatemala judge handed down prison terms of up to 828 years for six drug traffickers convicted of killing a busload of foreigners in 2008 before setting the bodies on fire.

Mexico missing students case file shows contradictions

While Mexican prosecutors declared last year that 43 missing students were incinerated at a landfill, official documents show one gang suspect testified that at least nine were slaughtered elsewhere.

Sting slams ‘epidemic’ of disappearances in Mexico

British rock legend Sting urged Mexico's government on Monday to do more to end the "epidemic" of disappearances after meeting with families of some of the country's many missing people.

In New Hampshire, Clinton pledges to stand up to the gun lobby

Insisting that "our country is better than this," an emotional Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that the U.S. must get serious about gun control and be willing to take on the entrenched politics surrounding guns.

US military struggles to explain how it wound up bombing a hospital in Afghanistan

A heavily-armed U.S. gunship designed to provide added firepower to special operations forces was responsible for shooting and killing 22 people at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan over the weekend, Pentagon officials said on Monday.

Possible US airstrike hits Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan; at least 19 dead

KABUL, Afghanistan – U.S. forces may have mistakenly bombed a hospital in northern Afghanistan on Saturday, killing at least 19 people, including three children, in an incident that will likely raise new questions about the scope of U.S. involvement in the 14-year war.

Gunman at Oregon college appeared armed for an extended siege

The gunman who cut a deadly path through an Oregon college campus appeared armed for an extended siege according to investigators who were probing more deeply into suspicions the shooter may have been driven by religious rage and a fascination with the twisted notoriety of high-profile killers.

Oregon school shooting: ‘He just tried to do the right thing,’ one victim’s family says

Thursday was a very special day for Chris Mintz: Oct. 1 was his son's sixth birthday. Though the child was too young to see it, the proud dad posted a happy birthday message on Facebook anyway on Wednesday night.

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