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In Colombia, Starbucks To Take On Juan Valdez

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Thousands Of Striking Teachers Disrupt Mexico City

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Months After Nightclub Kidnappings, Bodies Found In Mexico

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Fed Decision Sends Brazil's Currency Lower

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The Indian rupee has fallen nearly 16 percent against the dollar since May. The drop comes amid a slowdown in the country's economy. India's troubles are mirrored in other emerging economies that drove global growth for the past decade. Zheng Huansong/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Mexico Schooled Over More Than 100 Mistakes In New Textbooks

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Peru's Natural Gas Rush Threatens Native Tribes, Again

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'Dream 9' Immigrant Says Don't Think Of Issue Politically

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Can Quinoa Farming Go Global Without Leaving Andeans Behind?

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Past Immigration Policies Had A Reverse Effect, Professor Says

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Top Foreign Real Estate Buyers In Miami Are Brazilians

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Camila DeSouza, a 17-year-old Brazilian, shops for shoes at a mall in Sunrise, Fla., on July 16, 2012. During their winter, Brazilians flock to the U.S., mainly to shop. Even with the cost of airfare figured in, many products are far cheaper in the U.S. than in Brazil. Charles Trainor Jr. /Miami Herald/MCT /Landov hide caption

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Brazilians Flood To U.S. On Massive Shopping Sprees

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