Brazil Arrests 10 For Planning Attacks Against Next Month's Rio Olympics

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Brazil Arrests 10 People Accused Of Olympics Terror Plot

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Why A Black Teen Who Was Beaten By Police Decided To Join The NYPD

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Alt.Latino Brings New Music To Refresh Your Summer Playlist

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Hugo d'Alessandro is pictured with his mother and grandmother. He was diagnosed with cancer when he was 10 years old. Treatment is difficult in Venezuela; his mother says the drugs he needs aren't always available. Lulu Garcia-Navarro/NPR hide caption

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Is Venezuela Having A Health Care Crisis? It Depends On Whom You Ask

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Zika Epidemic May Have Peaked But Will Threaten U.S. For Years

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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves to supporters as he walks with his wife Cilia Flores in the capital Caracas on July 5, Venezuela's Independence Day. As the country's crisis has deepened, Maduro has lost support, but the military remains on his side. Ariana Cubillos/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's Embattled President Loses Support, But Clings To Power

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Venezuelans wait in San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, to cross the border with Colombia during a rare 12-hour opening Sunday. Thousands of Venezuelans crossed to buy food and medicine. George Castellanos/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Colombia-Venezuela Border: Open To Smugglers, Closed To The Desperate

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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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Marraqueta is often part of every meal in Chile. Many Chileans fondly remember simple childhood breakfasts of marraqueta with mashed avocado on top — a tradition that predates the current avocado toast craze. Eileen Smith for NPR hide caption

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People line up to buy goods at a supermarket in Caracas, Venezuela, on June 13. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuela's Economic Implosion Exacerbates Inequality

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Deadly Clashes Break Out Between Police And Striking Mexican Teachers

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Women In Venezuela Struggle To Cope Amid Economic Misery

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Venezuela Is In Crisis. Its Economy Is In A Tailspin

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Civil police officers in Rio de Janeiro threaten to go on strike during a June 27 demonstration against the government for arrears in their salary payments. Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With 5 Weeks To Go Until The Olympics, How Prepared Is Rio?

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How Ready Is Brazil For The Summer Olympics?

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Mexico Gets First Independent Gas Station In Over 75 Years

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Obama To Meet Mexican-Canadian Counterparts In Ottawa

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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (left) and FARC commander Timoleon Jimenez (right) shake hands as Raul Castro looks on at a signing ceremony of a cease-fire deal in Havana last Thursday. "It is the first time ever that a guerrilla group lays down its arms to submit to a justice system where they are going to be investigated, judged, and condemned and sanctioned," Santos told NPR. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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Colombia's President: Making Peace With Rebels Is 'A Good Investment'

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Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in a lab in Recife, Brazil. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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How An Electric Shock Could One Day Protect You From Zika

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Rio Is Ready, Says CEO In Charge Of 2016 Summer Olympics

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