American Stars Jam With Cuba's Best Musicians In Havana
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A young man from Bali, Indonesia, shows off his rainbow-colored rooster before a cockfight. Courtesy of Ruben Salgado Escudero and the World Photography Organization hide caption

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Venezuela Advises Government Employees To Only Work 2 Days A Week
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Parakeets are among Colombia's 1,900 bird species. Alexander Schimmeck /Flickr hide caption

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As Colombia Grows Safer, Tourists — Especially Bird Lovers — Flock Back
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Sauropods were one of the most successful groups of dinosaurs to ever walk the Earth. New research helps explain why. Stocktrek Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Superhearing And Fast Growth ... Scientists Learn Why Sauropods Ruled
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Ahead Of Rio Games, Olympic Historian Says Terror Attacks Are A Concern
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Congress Considers Plan To Restructure Puerto Rico's $72 Billion Debt
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International Commission Finds New Clues In Death Of 43 Mexican Students
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Panel Accuses Mexico Of Torturing Suspects In Missing Students Probe
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Parents and other relatives of the 43 missing students from the Ayotzinapa's teachers school attend the reading of the final report from the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) in Mexico City on Sunday. Yuri Cortez /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A map of the Amazon shelf showing the newly discovered reef structures in yellow. Courtesy of Carlos Rezende (UENF) and Fabiano Thompson (UFRJ) hide caption

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Duane "Dewey" Clarridge, a CIA veteran, speaks in May 2007 during an Arkansas Committee on Foreign Relations luncheon in Little Rock, Ark. The retired spy criticized the CIA's leadership and said a lack of human intelligence had led to mistakes in Iraq, Iran and North Korea. Mike Wintroath/AP hide caption

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Phan Sopheak, a rice farmer in Cambodia, rests shortly after a man wielding an axe attacked her. She had been patrolling the Prey Lang forest around her village with a volunteer group that is trying to stop illegal logging. Courtesy of Prey Lang Community Network hide caption

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#EarthDay: The High Cost Of Eco-Activism
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