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A large crack cuts through this Mexico City street. Half of the street is lower than the other half, one of many signs this metropolis is sinking. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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Mexico City Keeps Sinking As Its Water Supply Wastes Away

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Mexico City: Thirsty And Sinking

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Health workers form a human chain reading "SOS" during a protest for the lack of medicines, medical supplies and poor conditions in hospitals, in Caracas on Aug. 2. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Many In Venezuela, Social Media Is A Matter Of Life And Death

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According to The New York Times, Trump administration officials met with coup plotters who wanted to oust Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (center), shown here at a ceremony last month. Juan Barreto/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro recovers in a hospital room at the Albert Einstein Hospital, in Sao Pauloon Saturday. He was stabbed on Thursday during a campaign rally. Flavio Bolsonaro/AP hide caption

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Mexican investigators found 200 garments at an undisclosed grave in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz. The bodies were buried at least two years ago, Attorney General Jorge Winckler said Thursday. Veracruz State Prosecutor's Office /AP hide caption

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Brazilian right-wing presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro gestures after being stabbed in the stomach during a campaign rally in Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais state, in southern Brazil, on Thursday. Raysa Leite/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A pile of Turkish lira and euro banknotes sit atop a table earlier this month. The currencies of Turkey and other emerging economies have been falling against the U.S. dollar, which has been boosted by rising interest rates. Amir Makar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turbulence Roils Emerging Markets In The Shadow Of A Strengthened U.S. Dollar

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A new report suggests that when consumers buy sustainably-certified coffee, they have little way of knowing whether or how their purchase helps growers. MediaforMedical/Michel Cardoso/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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