Women meet during a support group for those who have HIV and their friends and family on Jan. 17 in Triunfo de la Cruz. These kinds of support groups are an important part of making people feel comfortable with their diagnosis and seeking treatment. David Rochkind/Pulitzer Center hide caption

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In Honduras, Fighting HIV/AIDS Through Music And Theater

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Chief Almir of Brazil's Surui tribe attends a press conference with Google representatives in Rio de Janeiro last year. Chief Almir has brought technology to his previously isolated people, who now use smartphones to send photos of illegal logging in the Amazon. Vanderlei Almeida /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From The Stone Age To The Digital Age In One Big Leap

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Guatemala's First Female Attorney General Takes On Country's Biggest Criminals

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U.S. Men's Soccer Team Ties With Mexico

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Sellout Crowd To Watch U.S., Mexico Play Soccer

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Dramatic Testimony Marks Start Of Guatemalan Genocide Trial

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Guatemala's former dictator Efrain Rios Montt arrives in court Jan. 31 in Guatemala City to stand trial on genocide charges. On Tuesday, the prosecution will present its case in the trial. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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Three Decades On, Ex-Guatemalan Leader Faces Genocide Charges

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Chavez Faithful Look For A Way To Keep His Memory Alive

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Pope Francis Criticized For Not Confronting Dictatorship During 'Dirty War'

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New Pope, New Ground

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March 6: In Caracas, many Venezuelans crowded the streets to see the coffin of President Hugo Chavez. Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Selection Of Argentine Pope Surprises Some Vatican Observers

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