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Two small explosive devices went off before dawn at two Mexico City banks on Monday, shattering windows but leaving no injuries, the city's top prosecutor said.
The Czech Republic will travel to Japan for a soccer tournament after receiving assurance the nuclear crisis poses no risk.
An anti-establishment military man who promises to redistribute Peru's wealth won the most votes in Sunday's presidential vote and is headed into a runoff against the daughter of imprisoned former President Alberto Fujimori, unofficial results showed.
To the Colombian Embassy, a rose by any other name still spells free trade.
Italian security officers listened, via hidden microphones, as an instructor lectured a group of aspiring terrorists in Milan. Apparently brandishing a mobile phone, he said, "Do you see this? This was created by an enemy of God. You can't imagine how many operations this has made fail and how many arrests it has caused. You can use it to communicate. It's fast. But it causes you huge problems. They created it, and they know how to intercept it."
Hundreds of thousands of Peruvian children returned from summer vacation this month with a new addition to their school uniform: a hat.
The Iranian government says a second session in the trial of three Americans accused of spying will be held May 11, the official IRNA news agency reported Sunday.
Joran van der Sloot's attorney said Monday that his client will plead guilty to killing a young Peruvian woman he met while gambling but will argue temporary insanity in a bid for a shorter sentence.
A magnitude-6.2 earthquake on Sunday shook a northern region of Chile that has felt several frightening but inconsequential tremors in recent days. No injuries and only minor damage were reported.