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Critics Condemn Violent Video Game Set In Juarez

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Mexican police guard the U.S. vehicle that was attacked Tuesday by suspected drug traffickers in Santa Maria del Rio, Mexico. One U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent was killed and another was wounded. El Pulso/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Immigration Agents, Slaying Highlights Perils

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Gene Mutation Key To Ecuador Group's Health

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A group of Muslims leave the Al Ahmad mosque, the most popular in Buenos Aires, after Friday prayers on Jan. 28. Many say they are satisfied with the government's decision to recognize a Palestinian state. Silvina Frydlewsky for NPR hide caption

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Support For Palestinian Statehood Splits Argentines

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Cuba Plans To Put U.S. Government Worker On Trial

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Ecuador Court Fines Chevron In Environmental Case

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Mexico's Drug War Keeps Tourists From Monarchs

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The belongings of former President Juan Peron, shown with his wife, Eva, are at the center of a debate in Argentina. AP hide caption

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In Argentina, A Fight Over Peron's Personal Effects

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Coca Compost Boosts Bolivia's Anti-Drug Campaign

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Louisanna Dema has lived along the median of Route Nationale 2, just south of Port-au-Prince, for just over a year. She and her family are finally moving out of their sheet metal shack and into a "transitional shelter" provided by a relief agency. Valentina Pasquali/For NPR hide caption

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Haitians Tear Down Camp On Highway Median

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Colombian Bullfights Thrive Despite Danger, Death

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In Haiti, Cellphones Serve As Debit Cards

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