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    Venezuelan Ex-Police Chief Is Freed

    Iván Simonovis, a former police commissioner whose 10-year incarceration by the Venezuelan government became a rallying point for the opposition, was released from jail and placed under temporary house arrest.

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    Migrants Flock to New Orleans—and Wait

    Many of the Central American women and children who have journeyed to the U.S. in the past year have settled in New Orleans, where they await deportation hearings.

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    Mexico Continues Airlift, Clean-Up After Hurricane Odile

    Mexico continued efforts to evacuate tourists and restore order and services in the Baja California peninsula, still reeling from Hurricane Odile, which left at least three people dead and several missing.

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    Grupo Mexico Chairman Quits Televisa Board to Bid for TV License

    The chairman of Mexican mining and railroad company Grupo Mexico, German Larrea, has resigned from the board of broadcaster Grupo Televisa as he seeks to bid on new digital TV network concessions.

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    Deadly Outbreak in Venezuela Deemed 'Terrorism'

    President Nicolás Maduro said he ordered the prosecution of doctors who had alerted the public to the recent deaths of nine people in a public hospital from an unidentified but possibly infectious disease.

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