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Rebels kill at least 16 police in attack  Hundreds of leftist rebels bombarded a police station with makeshift mortars during a pre-dawn attack Bogota bomb kills 2, injures 5  A jeep carrying explosives went up, killing 2 passengers and injuring 5 Arrest warrant ordered for ex-Iran leader  An judge ordered international warrants for Rafsanjani and 8 others in connection with the bombing of Jewish center Dam plans jeopardize Amazon  Environmental experts are criticizing government for failing to assess the impact of 2 dams proposed for construction Former dictator held in 1976 killings  Police have arrested Juan Maria Bordaberry and his foreign minister in connection with 4 'Dirty War killings   Pinochet 'takes responsibility'
  Venezuela, Guatemala quit race


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Nov.1   UN Security Council  
  Guatemala and Venezuela agreed to withdraw from the race for a seat on the Security Council and support Panama
  Colombia  
Nov.2   Colombia  
Nov.9   Argentina  
Nov.14   Amazon  
Nov.17   Uruguay  
Nov.25   Chile  
  The former military ruler takes political responsibility for everything that happened during his 18 years in power
Nov.26   Ecuador   Correa claims victory
  Presidential candidate has claimed victory in run-off election. He gained around 57% of the vote while Noboa about 43%
 The 43-year-old leftist nationalist who is friendly with Venezuela's president, handily defeated a Bible-toting banana tycoon. Rafael Correa is a U.S.-trained economist who has threated to reduce foreign debt payments and oppose free trade efforts.
Nov.27   Ecuador   Leftist Correa vows big changes
  The planning radical changes would put Correa on a fast track to a confrontation with the Congress
Nov.30   Venezuela     Chavez: Upset 'impossible' in vote
  Hugo Chavez called opposition candidate Manuel Rosales, his leading presidential challenger, a liar



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Latin America
Former dictator held in 1976 killings
Pinochet 'takes responsibility'
Correa claims victory
Leftist Correa vows big changes
Bogota bomb kills 2, injures 5
Arrest warrant ordered for ex-Iran leader
Former dictator held in 1976 killings
Dam plans jeopardize Amazon
Correa claims victory
Chavez: Upset 'impossible' in vote
Rebels kill at least 16 police in attack
Ecuador
Correa claims victory
Leftist Correa vows big changes
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Correa claims victory
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Colombia Your ad is here
Bogota bomb kills 2, injures 5
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Rebels kill at least 16 police in attack
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Arrest warrant ordered for ex-Iran leader
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UN
Venezuela, Guatemala quit race
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Dam plans jeopardize Amazon
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Venezuela
Chavez: Upset 'impossible' in vote
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Uruguay
Former dictator held in 1976 killings
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Chile
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