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Tsunami Warnings Following Tonga Volcanic Eruption Now Lifted in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska

An underwater volcano off Tonga on Saturday erupted violently, triggering tsunami warnings and sending waves several feet high smashing into the shores of the island nation of Tonga and parts of New Zealand, Japan, and the United States.
Massive Cocaine Shipment Worth $166M Seized by Colombia, U.S. Military Inside Speedboats Near El Salvador Coast

Massive Cocaine Shipment Worth $166M Seized by Colombia, U.S. Military Inside Speedboats Near El Salvador Coast

A joint operation between security forces of Colombia and U.S. resulted in the confiscation of more than 4,000 kilos of cocaine off the coast of El Salvador.
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Nicaragua Officials Hit With Sanctions by the U.S. Treasury Department Ahead Pres. Daniel Ortega's Inauguration

Nicaragua officials receive sanctions from the U.S. Treasury Department and other entities on the day of Daniel Ortega's inauguration.
Costa Rica's Security Minister Says Country Serves as 'Warehouse' for Cocaine Transported to U.S., Europe

Costa Rica's Security Minister Says Country Serves as 'Warehouse' for Cocaine Transported to U.S., Europe

Costa Rica's Minister of Public Security said the country had been utilized as a cocaine "warehouse" by drug cartels and drug traffickers.
Pres. Joe Biden Hides Records of Arrests and Terrorism Ties of Afghans Flown to the U.S.: Report

Pres. Joe Biden Hides Records of Arrests and Terrorism Ties of Afghans Flown to the U.S.: Report

Republican senators are seeking information regarding the records and backgrounds of Afghans that the administration of Pres. Joe Biden has brought to the U.S.
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U.S. Offers $5M Reward Each for Information Leading to Arrest of El Chapo's 4 Sons From Sinaloa Cartel

Feds offer a $5M reward in exchange for each information that will lead to the arrest of El Chapo's four sons.
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Puerto Rican Admits Flying Over 250 Kilos (551 Lbs.) of Cocaine to U.S. via Private Planes

After years of transporting cocaine to the United States from his homeland, a Puerto Rican man admitted his role in the cocaine conspiracy which led to the shipment of more than 250 kilograms of cocaine using private planes, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced.
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3 Cuban Migrants Rescued by U.S. Coast Guard From Sinking Boat off Florida Keys

The United States Coast Guard rescued three individuals from a sinking boat off the Florida Keys Sunday morning.
Guatemalan Man Gets 11 Years in Prison for Role in Smuggling Cocaine From Colombia to U.S.

Guatemalan Man Gets 11 Years in Prison for Role in Smuggling Cocaine From Colombia to U.S.

A U.S. federal court sentenced a Guatemalan man to more than 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to a "Colombia-to-United States cocaine conspiracy."
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U.S. Boss for Mortgage Website Company 'Better' Apologizes After Firing Hundreds of Employees Over Zoom

U.S. boss offers apology after firing hundreds of his employees over zoom call meeting.
Taliban Conducted Summary Executions of Former Soldiers, Police; U.S. and Other Countries Condemn the Act

Taliban Conducted Summary Executions of Former Soldiers, Police; U.S. and Other Countries Condemn the Act

The Taliban had conducted summary executions and enforced disappearances of former soldiers and police officers, which the U.S. and a host of other countries condemned.
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U.S. Records 6 New Cases of Omicron Variant from Colorado and New York

The U.S. records six new cases of COVID cases with the Omicron variant from Colorado and New York.
Marine Veteran Turned Cartel Boss Pleads Guilty to Drug-Trafficking Operation Moving Tons of Cocaine From South America to Mexico-U.S.

Marine Veteran Turned Cartel Boss Pleads Guilty to Drug-Trafficking Operation Moving Tons of Cocaine From South America to Mexico-U.S.

A U.S. Marine veteran has pleaded guilty to organizing a drug-trafficking operation that moved South American-sourced cocaine through Mexico and to the U.S.
Houthi Rebels Breached U.S. Embassy in Yemen, Took Hostages; U.S. Calls for Release of the Detained

Houthi Rebels Breached U.S. Embassy in Yemen, Took Hostages; U.S. Calls for Release of the Detained

The United States government has called on Houthi rebels to release the hostages who worked for the U.S. embassy in Yemen after the group stormed inside the building.
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U.S. Appeals Court Briefly Prohibits the Release of Trump Documents to January 6 Panel

U.S. Appeals court temporarily blocks the turnover of Trump documents to the January 6 pannel investigating the Capitol insurrection.
U.S. Negotiates With Mexico to Get Approve Visas for DEA Agents

U.S. Negotiates With Mexico to Get Approve Visas for DEA Agents

The U.S. ambassador to Mexico said the two countries are currently negotiating to get the Mexican government to approve visas for U.S. DEA agents to work in Mexico.
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