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Bars And Churches Compete For Brazil's Youth

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FEMA Internal Report Cites Problems With Agency's Response To Hurricane Maria

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National Strike To Protest President Set For Friday In Nicaragua

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ACLU Family Separation Hearing

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A police officer inspects the wreckage of several fireworks workshops in Tultepec, Mexico, Thursday. At least 24 people were killed when a series of explosions ripped through fireworks workshops in a town just north of Mexico City. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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Deported Migrant Waits Anxiously To Be Reunited With His Daughter

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador won Mexico's presidential election and celebrated Sunday night with his supporters in Mexico City's Zócalo Square. Pedro Pardo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's Next President Gets 'Respectful' Call From Trump After Huge Win

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Mexico Elects Leftist Manuel López Obrador

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José Rolando Arévalo, a 24-year-old ex-gang member, prays at Eben-ezer church. His head is tattooed with the number 18, a reference to his affiliation with the Barrio 18 gang. Alicia Vera hide caption

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For Some Gang Members In El Salvador, The Evangelical Church Offers A Way Out

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News Brief: Mexico's Presidential Election, Supreme Court Vacancy

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In El Salvador, Becoming An Evangelical Is A Way Out Of A Gang

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Leftist Candidate Is Victorious In Mexico's Presidential Election

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Mexicans Go To The Polls

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Claudia Sheinbaum, the leading candidate for mayor of Mexico City and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the frontrunner for president, attend the final event of the 2018 campaign in Mexico City on Wednesday. "Just because I might look like a skinny scientist doesn't mean I'm not going to crack down on crime here. I will," she told a crowd recently. Manuel Velasquez/Getty Images hide caption

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In Mexico's Elections, Women Are Running In Unprecedented Numbers

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