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Right-wing candidate and former banker Guillermo Lasso attended the protests outside of the CNE headquarters in Quito today. Full Story

Latin America
The right-wing Mexican and Chilean political figures were scheduled to attend an event by a group opposing the Cuban government.
"There are ballots that differ from those uploaded by scanner and that is what we are here to complain about," said Alianza Pais representative Jose Serrano.
The final project is expected to cost about US$270 million and will extend along some 19 miles of the Cahabon River.
Right-wing candidate and former banker Guillermo Lasso attended the protests outside of the CNE headquarters in Quito today.
World
Despite fears of arrest and police violence Water Protectors vow to continue to defend the water and Indigenous sovereignty.
Convicted in Italy in 2009 for kidnapping, Sabrina De Sousa could be the first-ever CIA agent and U.S. diplomat to be jailed in a foreign country.
The U.N. says almost half a million children in the country are at risk of death from famine as Saudi Arabia’s war in the country completes a second year.
The study speculates that pro-LGBTQ laws may reduce anxiety among teens who realize they are not heterosexual.
Sport
Rogerio Micale lost his job after Brazil's under-20 squad, a five-time world champion, finished fifth in the South American qualifiers.
This is a major feat for female soccer players in Latin America, who often have less opportunities to play the beloved sport than their male counterparts.
Sports is one of many areas where Cuba is held back by restrictions under the five-decade ban. 
Culture
More than 90 poets participating in a prestigious festival in Nicaragua called for the end of discrimination against Muslims and immigrants.
One hospital in Brazil is using music as therapy to soothe terminally ill patients. 
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