Miami Struggles To Embrace Unaccompanied Immigrants

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Immigrants Keep Children Bilingual By Schooling Them At Home

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Bringing Ice Hockey To A Land With No Ice

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Mario Moreno, known as Cantinflas, is a beloved icon in Latin America. A new biopic about the comic opens this weekend in the U.S. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cantinflas, With His Puns And Satire, Is Back (And Still Relevant)

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Hedson Lamour, 28, prays with his color-coordinated band before performing. He entered the contest because his mom was a child slave. Frederic Dupoux for NPR hide caption

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Yolanda Andujar and her daughter Astrid bake together every weekend. Andujar primarily makes the cakes while Astrid, a graphic designer by day, makes elaborate decorations using fondant and bright colors. Néstor Pérez-Molière/Courtesy of Feet in 2 Worlds hide caption

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Mexico Swears In A New Police Force, But Many Aren't Impressed

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Out Of Tragedy, A New Brazilian Presidential Contender Emerges

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A woman in Buenos Aires walks with her dog past a mural that reads "Vultures" in Spanish. The mural is a reference to the dispute between the Argentine government and U.S. hedge funds. Victor R. Caivano/AP hide caption

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Argentina Crisis Puts Focus On Role Of Distressed-Debt Funds

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Government-subsidized goods at a state-run market in Caracas, Venezuela, in 2012. Smuggling of cheap groceries into neighboring Colombia is so rampant that the government plans to fingerprint shoppers. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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Once An Object Of Reverence, Brazilian Soccer's A Punchline

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Pope Francis celebrates a Mass of reconciliation in Seoul's main cathedral on Monday. The wife and children of Francis' nephew have died after a car accident in Argentina, the Vatican reports. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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