Two violence-plagued Latin American countries are warning against traveling to the US following the weekend’s back-to-back mass shootings. Uruguay and Venezuela — both nations that US citizens are already warned off visiting — issued their own official travel advisories on Monday. Uruguay’s Foreign Ministry urged citizens to take “extreme precautions” if traveling to the US...
ruguay and Venezuela are now warning their citizens to take precautions when traveling to the U.S. and to avoid cities like Detroit and Baltimore – which they deem some of the “most dangerous in the world” – following the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio this past weekend.
German customs announced they have confiscated a record-high 4.5 tons (nearly 5 U.S. tons) of cocaine in a container shipped from Uruguay after suspicions arose Friday—a haul with an estimated street value of almost 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion).
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