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Amid Opposition Boycott, Venezuela's Ruling Socialists Sweep Mayoral Races

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Still No Clear Winner In Honduras Election

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News Brief: Outlook For Alabama, California Fires, Honduras Election

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Political Standoff Continues After Honduras Election

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Despite Maduro's Unpopularity, Venezuela's Opposition Isn't A Shoo-In For Election

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Protesters In Honduras Defiant After Disputed Presidential Election

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Faced with rocketing inflation and low oil prices, Venezuela has introduced new, larger banknotes this year. Now the country is planning a cryptocurrency tied to its oil reserves. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of Honduran presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla clash with soldiers and riot police near the Electoral Supreme Court (TSE) on Thursday. Orlando Sierra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Argentine navy spokesman Enrique Balbi announced Thursday that searchers no longer expect to find survivors of the missing ARA San Juan submarine. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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In Mexico, Armed Men Force Thousands Of People Out Of Chiapas

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Front row, left to right: Jorge Eduardo Acosta, "The Tiger"; Alfredo Astiz, the "Angel of Death"; pilot Georges Mario Daniel Arru; and Carlos Octavio Capdevilla, known as "Tommy," are seen during their sentencing hearing Wednesday in Buenos Aires. Javier Gonzalez Toledo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship party Salvador Nasralla protest in Tegucigalpa, on Wednesday. Orlando Sierra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Quechua woman tends to her clay oven in her outdoor kitchen on the road to the Sillustani archaeological site in Puno, Peru. The stone table is laid with a collection of potatoes and other tubers, as well as homemade cheese and bread. Tony Dunnell hide caption

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Mexico Struggles To Integrate Foreign Students, Including U.S.-Born Children

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Climate Change Challenges Chile's Vineyards

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A woman walks past an oil pump in Caracas earlier this month. Part of Venezuela's fiscal woes arises from lowered gas prices worldwide — a huge hit to an economy so reliant on its oil production. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Brazil's Freewheeling Image Doesn't Match Reality

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