Haiti Weathers Isaac, Says First Lady
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Tango Festival Lures Thousands To Buenos Aires
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Haiti's Quake Damaged National Palace To Be Razed
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Can Brazil Get Ready For Big Sporting Events In Time?
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People, one holding an image of Cuba's President Raul Castro and his brother Fidel Castro, wait in line at a bus stop in Havana last month. Franklin Reyes/AP hide caption

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Cuba Examines Asian Model For Economic Reforms
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Lesbian Couple Tests Colombia's Adoption Laws
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Oswaldo Paya, who challenged Cuba's communist regime for decades, died in a car crash on July 22. A Spanish man who was driving Paya has been charged with the equivalent of vehicular manslaughter. Here, a nun holds a portrait of Paya during his funeral in Havana. Adalberto Roque/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Dissident's Death Stirs A Drama In Cuba
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WikiLeaks Founder Caught In Diplomatic Standoff
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College Freshmen Learn From 'Enrique's Journey'
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Oribe Peralta of Mexico celebrates scoring his second goal as Mexico beat Brazil, 2-1, to win Olympic gold medal in London's Wembley Stadium. Michael Regan/Getty Images hide caption

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What The Future Holds For Cuba's Economy
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Venezuelan gold medal fencer Ruben Limardo (center) greets supporters after arriving in Caracas Monday. Limardo was received at the airport as a national hero, after winning the first gold medal for Venezuela in 44 years. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chavela Vargas: Putting The Fight In Music
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