Mexico Captures Reputed Drug Lord 'La Barbie'
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Drilling Begins To Reach Trapped Miners In Chile
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Mexico Captures Reputed Drug Lord 'The Barbie'
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This image released by the Mexican federal police shows drug kingpin Edgar Valdez Villarreal, aka "the Barbie," a member of one of the country's top drug cartels, during his arrest Monday. HO/AFP/Getty Images/HO/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A migrant from Honduras waits for a train during his journey toward the U.S.-Mexico border on the outskirts of Mexico City. Marco Ugarte/AP hide caption

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Migrants Are Prey In Mexico's Deadly Violence
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Trapped Miners Face Dangerous Isolation
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Letters Of Love, Carried By 'Doves' To Chilean Miners
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Lilian Ramirez, wife of miner Mario Gomez, sweeps outside the tent she set up near the collapsed mine. Natacha Pisarenko/AP hide caption

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Trapped Miners To Take A Role In Their Own Rescue
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A group of people kidnapped by alleged drug traffickers as they were rescued by members of the Mexican army in Sabinas Hidalgo, north of Monterrey, on April 27. Sixteen people, including a woman and a 2-year-old girl, were rescued during the operation. Dario Leon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's Drug War Spawns Wave Of Kidnappings
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Drug Cartel Suspected In 72 Migrants Deaths
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Bodies Of 72 Massacred Migrants Found In Mexico
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Ex-Rolling Stones Manager Emerges In South America
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Brazil's Political Satire Ban Irks Comedians
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Rescue Effort Under Way For Trapped Miners In Chile
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