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• Powerful cyclone slams into Australia's tropical northeast
A powerful cyclone slammed into Australia's tropical northeast coast on Tuesday, tearing down fences, snapping trees and knocking out power to thousands, officials said.

• Powerful cyclone slams into Australia's tropical northeast
A powerful cyclone slammed into Australia's tropical northeast coast on Tuesday, tearing down fences, snapping trees and knocking out power to thousands, officials said.

• Guatemala officials say 3 suspected thieves burned alive
Officials in Guatemala say a crowd in a rural community has burned three men alive who were accused of a killing and robbery, while authorities were able to rescue a fourth burned man.

• American Airlines buys stake in China Southern Airlines
American Airlines has agreed to pay $200 million for a stake in China Southern Airlines, one of the country's three major state-owned carriers, and expand commercial cooperation.

• South Korea holds memorial for 9 missing ferry victims
South Korea has held a memorial ceremony for the nine passengers still missing from the 2014 ferry disaster that killed 304 passengers near the ship's wreckage that was raised last week.

• Cruise line stops port calls at Mexican resort of Acapulco
The U.S. cruise ship line Holland America says it has halted port calls at Mexico's troubled resort city of Acapulco and will sail to other destinations in the country "due to recent security concerns." The news comes as Acapulco hosts an annual tourism fair that officials hope will spark a rebound at the once-glamorous resort.

• Red Bull heir enjoys jet-set life 4 years after hit-and-run
The Ferrari driver who allegedly slammed into a motorcycle cop, dragged him along the road and then sped away from the mangled body took just hours to find, as investigators followed a drip, drip, drip trail of brake fluid up a street, down an alley, and into the gated estate of one of Thailand's richest families.

• Mexico transfers Zetas cartel leader to border prison
Mexican authorities say they have transferred the leader of the brutal Zetas drug cartel to the same border prison that held Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman before he was extradited to the United States in January.

• Amnesty: Coalition not doing enough to protect civilians
A recent spike in civilian casualties in Mosul suggests the U.S.-led coalition is not taking adequate precautions to prevent civilian deaths as it battles the Islamic State militant group alongside Iraqi ground forces, Amnesty International said Tuesday.

• American woman wounded in Mexico resort of San Jose del Cabo
Mexican officials say an American woman was wounded by a stray bullet during a shooting in the resort of San Jose del Cabo.

• Chile leader visits Haiti as UN prepares for troop pullout
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet traveled to Haiti on Monday for talks with government and U.N.

• Puerto Rico police: 3 people shot dead, set on fire in car
Authorities in Puerto Rico say three people have been shot dead and their bodies set on fire in a remote mountain town.

• Fiery train, oil truck collision in Pakistan kills 1
Authorities in Pakistan say a passenger train has collided with an oil tanker truck, killing at least one person and injuring others.

• Iran president to meet with Putin to discuss economic ties
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is visiting Russia for talks expected to focus on economic ties and the Syrian conflict.

• Report: Blacks make up 1.2 percent of Mexico's population
A Mexican census report says 1.38 million Mexicans identify themselves as having African ancestors, equal to about 1.2 percent of the country's population.

• Iran's president to meet with Putin; economic ties on agenda
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is visiting Russia for talks expected to focus on economic ties and the Syrian conflict.

• Mexican fishermen burn boat, demand environmentalists out
Dozens of fishermen have burned a boat as part of a threat to force out a ship operated by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in Mexico's Gulf of California.

• Agustina Castro, Fidel and Raul's sister, dies in Cuba at 78
A family member says Fidel and Raul Castro's youngest sister Agustina has died in Cuba at age 78.

• Mosul civilians caught in ISIS crossfire as dramatic video emerges
Dramatic new video from the ISIS stronghold of Mosul captures the pitched battle between the black-clad jihadist army and the U.S.-backed Iraqi forces - and the innocent civilians caught in the crossfire.

• Robbery at Cartier shop in Monaco: jewelry found, 4 arrests
Monaco's prosecutor and police chief say four people have been arrested and almost all the stolen pieces of jewelry have been found, two days after an armed heist at a luxurious Cartier jewelry shop in Monte Carlo.


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