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Paralyzed man uses his mind to form real-time sentences

May 13, 2021

A man paralyzed from the neck down for almost a decade has used his mind to compose whole sentences in real-time, according to a new study.

Colombian protest leader Lucas Villa, who was shot eight times, dies

May 11, 2021

Colombian student activist Lucas Villa was declared brain dead Monday night, nearly a week after he was shot eight times at a peaceful protest against President Ivan Duque's government, CNN Espanol reported, citing a statement from San Jorge de Pereira University Hospital where he was being treated.

Photos: Flash flooding in Toronto

May 10, 2021

Heavy storms cause power outages and flooding across Toronto on Monday, July 8. Here, a driver on the Don Valley Parkway becomes stuck in floodwaters. Toronto's main north-south artery was closed in both directions overnight, with stranded motorists forced to abandon their vehicles. REUTERS /MARK BLINCH /LANDOV

Extransexual pide volver a ser hombre en PerĂº

May 10, 2021

Extransexual pide volver a ser hombre en PerĂº

Marooned: A deadly Arctic expedition

May 10, 2021

Gallery: Deadly Arctic expedition

Photos: A Canadian town is devastated

May 10, 2021

An unmanned train carrying 72 tankers of crude oil plowed into the heart of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, on Saturday, devastating the town and shocking people in Canada and beyond. Daniel Poulin, a longtime resident of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, and editor of a local monthly newspaper, lost friends in the train disaster. John Nowak/CNN

25 killed in Rio de Janeiro drug raid

May 7, 2021

Twenty-five people, including one police officer, were killed in a police anti-drug raid in a slum on Thursday in Rio de Janeiro, according to state police, despite a Supreme Court order banning such operations other than in "absolutely exceptional" circumstances during the pandemic.

Colombia's protests, explained

May 6, 2021

More than a week of violent protests across Colombia have seen least 25 people killed and hundreds injured, prompting statements of concern from the US government and the European Union.

Bolsonaro was 'warned' about the consequences of ignoring science, inquiry hears

May 5, 2021

For months, critics of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have been calling for an investigation into his handling of the country's devastating Covid-19 crisis. On Tuesday, it finally began.

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