Mexicans Mourn Death Of Pop Icon Juan Gabriel

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On display at ZooAve Animal Rescue in Alajuela, Costa Rica, Grecia, the chestnut-mandibled toucan, can now eat on its own and sing with the new beak. Grecia was in rehabilitation for months after receiving a 3-D-printed nylon prosthesis. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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After Losing Half A Beak, Grecia The Toucan Becomes A Symbol Against Abuse

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Costa Rica Strains To Handle Central Americans Fleeing Violence

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Rival Mexican Cartel Kidnaps 'El Chapo' Guzman's Son, Authorities Say

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2 Resign From Panel Set Up To Rehab Panama's Financial System

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A Mexican teacher from Nuevo Leon state speaks in solidarity with striking colleagues from Oaxaca state on June 22 in Monterrey. JULIO CESAR AGUILAR FUENTES/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Mexican Teachers' Strike Turns Deadly

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Deadly Clashes Break Out Between Police And Striking Mexican Teachers

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'Like Water For Chocolate' Author Is Out With A Crime Thriller

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Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, at a news conference in Budapest, Hungary, in 2009. Bela Szandelszky/AP hide caption

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Elie Wiesel, Holocaust Survivor And Nobel Laureate, Dies At 87

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Mexico Gets First Independent Gas Station In Over 75 Years

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Expanded Panama Canal Debuts At A Difficult Time For International Shipping

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As Panama Canal Expands, Many In The Country Feel Left Out Of Its Windfalls

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Aerial view showing the new Panama Canal expansion at the Gatun Locks in Colon, Panama. Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela is set to host an inauguration ceremony of Panama's newly expanded canal on Sunday. Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman builds a fire at a migrant camp on the Costa Rica-Panama border. The area has seen a recent surge of migrants coming from Africa, hoping to make it to the U.S. Rolando Arrieta/NPR hide caption

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Via Cargo Ships and Jungle Treks, Africans Dream Of Reaching The U.S.

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