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  • Mugabe Tells Skeptics of Zimbabwe Election to “Commit Suicide”
  • Mob Kills Transgender Teen in Jamaica
  • Israel to Free 26 Palestinian Prisoners

U.S. Surveillance Could Chill Kerry’s Visit to Latin America

Secretary of State John Kerry is headed to Colombia and Brazil this week in hopes of strengthening U.S. relations with Latin America. But not too many “abrazos” will be exchanged, predicted Michael Shifter, president of the Washington-based Inter-American Dialogue, using the Spanish word for “hug.” Leaked reports of an American spy program that widely targeted communication across the region are expected to chill talks on trade, energy and an upcoming state dinner hosted by President Obama.

(Photo: AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

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