Many Haitians Leave Dominican Republic After Court Decision

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A player for Havana's Industriales baseball team winds up to throw a ball during a training session in Havana on Sept. 27. Cuba recently lifted a ban on its athletes' signing contracts to play overseas professionally. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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After 50 Years, Cuba Says Its Baseball Players Can Go Abroad

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Born In The U.S., But Struggling To Acclimate In Mexico

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A metal structure atop the Corinthians Arena is seen after a collapse Wednesday in Sao Paulo. The stadium is slated to host the 2014 World Cup opener. Nelson Antoine/AP hide caption

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Rick Najera: A Latino In Hollywood Is 'Almost White'

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Municipal guards with batons chase a mob of thieves that snatched bags and wallets from beachgoers on Arpoador beach, adjacent to Ipanema, in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 20. Marcelo Carnaval/AP hide caption

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Swarming Thieves Wreak Havoc On Famed Rio Beaches

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President-Elect Aims To Deploy Honduran Army To Fight Crime

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A 2010 file photo shows Edgar "El Ponchis" Jimenez Lugo in the city of Cuernavaca, Mexico. The teenage U.S. citizen who acknowledged being a drug-cartel killer has finished his three year juvenile-offender term for homicide, kidnapping and drug and weapons possession. Antonio Sierra/AP hide caption

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Whoever Honduras Elects President Faces Tough Road, Broke Country

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The National Party's Juan Orlando Hernandez in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Sunday. With a little less than half the ballots counted, Hernandez had 34 percent of the vote and was leading, but his main rival is also claiming victory. Gustavo Amador/EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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Ruling Party Leads Election Vote Totals In Honduras

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Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro greets supporters during a campaign rally in Tegucigalpa last week. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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Amid Crime And Poverty, Hondurans Go To The Polls

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Tractors sit on a sugarcane plantation on the land of a Guarani-kaiowá indigenous community in Brazil. Tatiana Cardeal/Courtesy Oxfam hide caption

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Hondurans To Elect New President On Sunday

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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announcing his decision to seek re-election in Bogota, Colombia, on Wednesday. Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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