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U.S. sanctions could be waived

U.S. sanctions against a dozen Latin American nations came under fire from key lawmakers Tuesday, the strongest signal yet that Congress and the White House are having second thoughts about punishing nations that refuse to shield Americans from International Criminal Court jurisdiction. The statements came as U.S. officials hinted that the sanctions, deeply resented in Latin America as a U.S. imposition, may be waived. Full Story

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