On A Steep Venezuelan Hill, Mudslides Can Be Deadly

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Administration To Decide Whether To Renew Haitians' Protected Status

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Food Shortages At The Heart Of Venezuelan Economic And Political Crisis

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Students At Puerto Rico's Largest University Continue Strike Amid Shutdown

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Brazil's President Is Defiant Over Hush Money Allegations

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A protester demonstrates against the Venezuelan government outside the Organization of American States during a special meeting in April. The Trump administration has imposed economic sanctions on members of the country's Supreme Court. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Brazil's Supreme Court Launches Corruption Probe Into President

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Trump To Meet Colombian President Santos At The White House

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Puerto Rico Begins Hearings To Restructure Billions Of Dollars In Debt

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A protester pushes into a phalanx of riot police Friday in Caracas, Venezuela. Demonstrators blame President Nicolas Maduro for the country's economic crisis, food shortages and indefinitely delayed elections. More than three dozen people have died in a month and a half of protests. Carlos Becerra/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Fatal Shooting Of Journalist Highlights Rising Violence In Mexico

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Mexico's Economic Secretary Says NAFTA Needs To Be Modernized

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Venezuela's Political Situation Deteriorates As Does Its Humanitarian One

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Protesters march during a May Day demonstration outside of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office on May 1, 2017 in San Francisco, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Wuilly Arteaga plays the violin as tear-gas canisters explode in Caracas, Venezuela. Gabriela Gonzalez/Twitter hide caption

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Tear Gas Doesn't Stop Venezuelan Protester From Playing The Violin

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FARC guerrillas at a Colombia jungle camp last fall. Under last year's peace treaty, FARC agreed to disarm and confine its fighters to demobilization camps. But a small number of dissident rebels continue to extort business owners. Luis Acosta/AP hide caption

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Dissident Rebels In Colombia Ignore Peace Treaty And Continue Extortion

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