A horseman falls from a horse, after being gored by a bull during the 2007 Corralejas Bull Festival in Sincelejo, Colombia. William Fernando Martinez/AP hide caption

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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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Juarez Erupts, Not In Violence, But In Protest

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New Rules Further Loosen Cuba Travel Restrictions

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Haitian Press Aggressively Hunt Their Prey

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An Unlikely Pair Pictures Havana

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Haitian President Rene Preval (center) prepares to lay a wreath on Jan. 11 at St. Christophe in Port-au-Prince, where thousands of victims of the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake are buried. Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Haitians' Patience For President Preval Wears Thin

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Brazil Tallies Destruction In Deadly Floods

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Former president of Haiti Jean-Claude Duvalier (center) and his longtime companion, Veronique Roy, leave court Tuesday in Port-au-Prince. A judge will decide whether Duvalier will be tried on charges that include corruption and embezzlement. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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'Baby Doc' Duvalier Questioned, May Face Trial

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Workers sell goods inside the "Monte-Indio" self-employment market in Havana in September 2010. Cuba's government began laying out the details of its drive to create more free enterprise on the island in September. Officials say 75,000 self-employment licenses have been issued so far. Franklin Reyes/AP hide caption

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Cuba Issues Thousands Of Self-Employment Licenses

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'Baby Doc' Duvalier Taken Into Custody In Haiti

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Assessing Baby Doc's Return To Haiti

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Former president of Haiti Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier waves to supporters from a hotel balcony Sunday after his arrival in Port-au-Prince. Duvalier returned to the country after nearly 25 years in exile. Dieu Nalio Chery/AP hide caption

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Former Exile 'Baby Doc' Lands In Haiti Amid Praise

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Romel Joseph, founder of The New Victorian School in Haiti, and his daughter Victoria perform at the Aventura Cultural Center in Miami on Jan. 8. It was Joseph's first performance since last year's earthquake. Neil Oxenburg/Courtesy of Victoria Joseph hide caption

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Quake Crushes Haitian Violinist's Hand, But Not His Spirit

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