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January 28, 2019

Sixty dead, nearly 300 missing after dam collapse in Brazil

iStock/LSP1982(MINAS GERAIS, Brazil) -- At least 60 people are dead and at least 292 people have been reported missing after a dam collapsed in Brazil on Friday. Eight of the 58 bodies have been identified, a spokesperson for the southeastern state of Minas Gerais said Sunday. There are still 305 people missing as a torrent of water and mud slammed into Brumadinho, in southeastern Brazil. More than 260 Vale mining company employees are among the missing, a spokesperson said on Saturday. It'..
January 28, 2019

58 dead, at least 300 missing after dam collapse in Brazil

iStock/LSP1982(MINAS GERAIS, Brazil) -- At least 58 people are dead and at least 300 people have been reported missing after a dam collapsed in Brazil on Friday. Eight of the 58 bodies have been identified, a spokesperson for the southeastern state of Minas Gerais said Sunday. There are still 305 people missing as a torrent of water and mud slammed into Brumadinho, in southeastern Brazil. More than 260 Vale mining company employees are among the missing, a spokesperson said on Saturday. It&#03..
January 27, 2019

Forty dead, hundreds missing after dam collapse in Brazil

iStock/LSP1982(MINAS GERAIS, Brazil) -- At least 40 people are dead and up to 300 people have been reported missing after a dam collapsed in Brazil on Friday. Eight of the 40 bodies have been identified, a spokesperson for the southeastern state of Minas Gerais said Sunday. There are still 256 people missing as a torrent of water and mud slammed into Brumadinho, in southeastern Brazil. More than 260 Vale mining company employees are among the missing, a spokesperson said on Saturday. It's u..
January 27, 2019

Venezuela’s Maduro eases stance on US diplomats, loses highest-ranking military attach√© to Guaido

beyhanyazar/iStock(CARACAS, Venezuela) -- With the military support crucial to his ability to hold on to power in Venezuela beginning to fracture, embattled Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Saturday walked back his demand that American diplomats leave the country this weekend and instead extended that deadline to 30 days, a significant political concession. The longer time frame will allow for both the U.S. and Maduro's administration to keep diplomats at their embassies in Caracas a..