Protests Against President Maduro In Venezuela Near Breaking Point

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Jeff Sessions Issues Warning After Brutal Long Island Killing By MS-13

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After 6-Month Manhunt, Ex-Mexican Governor Nabbed In Guatemala

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Clashes Erupt At Anti-Government Protests In Venezuela

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Police investigators work on the crime scene where Mexican journalist Maximino Rodriguez Palacios was killed by gunmen April 14 in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A 73-Year-Old Is Latest Victim Of Deadly Attacks On Mexican Journalists

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Javier Duarte, the former governor of the Mexican state of Veracruz, sits handcuffed following his arrest in Panajache, Guatemala, on Saturday. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A protester stares down riot police behind his gas mask, during demonstrations against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on Thursday. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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AP Report Documents Child Sexual Abuse By U.N. Peacekeepers In Haiti

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In Colombia, Residents Push Back Against Gold Mining Plans

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U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati (center), Canadian CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani (left) and Mexican Football Federation President Decio De Maria present their unified bid for the 2026 World Cup at a news conference in New York City on Monday. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Competition Heartbreak: A Tenth Of A Point Changes Rio's Carnival Winner

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Juan Pablo Guanipa is running for governor of the western Venezuelan state of Zulia, and as he campaigns in Maracaibo, the state capital, people complain of food shortages and hyperinflation. John Otis for NPR hide caption

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Opposition Parties In Venezuela Prepare For Elections, Hoping They Will Come

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A chile-rubbed pork taco is topped with french fries in the Merced market in Mexico City. The taco costs 10 pesos — less than 50 cents. Cheap, high-calorie food is contributing to Mexico's obesity problem. Meghan Dhaliwal/for NPR hide caption

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Pork Tacos Topped With Fries: Fuel For Mexico's Diabetes Epidemic

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Venezuelan Crisis Brings Crime, Social Issues To Brazilian Frontier Town

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Dr. Tonatiuh Barrientos Gutierrez, an epidemiologist in Mexico City, jogs near his home in the southern part of the capital. He says it's hard to run on the city's streets. Meghan Dhaliwal/for NPR hide caption

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In Diabetes Fight, Lifestyle Changes Prove Hard To Come By In Mexico

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A bakery worker grabs a bags of bread in Caracas, Venezuela, last month. Venezuelan bakeries are the latest industry to find themselves in the cross-hairs of President Nicolas Maduros administration, as bread lines grow in the capital Caracas. The government has ordered bakers to use scarce supplies of flour to produce price-controlled loaves. Wil Riera/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuela's Bread Wars: With Food Scarce, Government Accuses Bakers Of Hoarding

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