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U.S. Southern Border Cities Brace For Surge Of African Migrants

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News Brief: U.S. Troops To Middle East, Trump Reelection, African Migrants

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After Grid Failure, Millions In 3 Latin American Countries Lack Electricity

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News Brief: Tankers Attacked, Hong Kong Protests, Power Grid Outage

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Sandra Torres, former first lady and presidential candidate for the National Unity of Hope (Union Nacional de la Esperanza) party (center), displays an inked finger after voting during presidential elections in Guatemala City on Sunday. James Rodriguez/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Migrants Taking Riskier Routes To Avoid Mexican Authorities

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Mexico Calls Out Carolina Herrera For Appropriating Indigenous Groups' Patterns

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Archivists Say Voice Discovered In Mexico's National Library May Be Frida Kahlo's

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Central American migrants and a Spanish journalist ride a makeshift raft across the Suchiate River from Tecún Umán in Guatemala to Ciudad Hidalgo in Chiapas state, Mexico, on June 11. Quetzalli Blanco/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico Is Overwhelmed By Asylum Claims As It Ramps Up Immigration Enforcement

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Mexico Says All Details Of Immigration Deal With The U.S. Have Been Released

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