Mexican Drug Violence Spilling Into Central America

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ICC Called To Investigate Mexican President

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Brace Yourself: The World Could End In 2012

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Stephanie Sigman as Laura in the Canana and Fox International Productions film Miss Bala. Eniac Martinez/20th Century Fox hide caption

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On Screen In Mexico, Beauty Queen Meets Drug Lord

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Employees of TECMA, a cross-border plant or maquiladora, work in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Business leaders say the quick delivery time of goods from Mexico to the U.S. can help revive manufacturing in North America. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Border-Town Factories Give Manufacturers An Edge

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At Miami's airport, children from Cuba meet George Guarch, who worked for the Catholic Welfare Bureau in the city. Guarch took displaced children to temporary camps in Miami. Operation Pedro Pan Group hide caption

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Children Of Cuba Remember Their Flight To America

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Mexican Cartels Open New Front In War: Online

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Minhocao, known as the Big Worm, is an elevated highway in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Urban planners say it needs to be taken down completely. Daniel Mitsuo/Flikr hide caption

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Sao Paulo's Redesign: 'Big Worm' Could Come Down

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Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, seen here at a news conference on Saturday, has much to smile about: He was rescued just two days after he was kidnapped. Not all Venezuelans are that lucky. The government's own statistics show that 895 kidnappings were reported last year. Leo Ramirez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Venezuela, An Abduction Highlights A Scourge

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Helicopter Crash Spurs Investigation In Mexico

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MLB's Wilson Ramos Rescued In Venezuela

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Wilson Ramos of the Washington Nationals during a game in June. The catcher was kidnapped Wednesday night outside his home in Venezuela. Officials say he has been found alive and rescued by police. Christian Petersen/Getty Images hide caption

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Major League Baseball Player Kidnapped In Venezuela

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For the first time in 50 years, Cubans can now buy and sell homes. Here, a Cuban woman stands on the balcony of a dilapidated building earlier this month in Havana. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Cuba, Door Opens To Residential Property Market

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U.S. Border Patrol agents patrol along the border fence between Arizona and Mexico, July 28, 2010. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexican Deportees Strain Cities South Of The Border

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