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Under Pressure From U.S., Mexico Has Stepped Up Deportations Of Migrants

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Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan (left) and Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele attend a meeting in San Salvador, El Salvador, in August. Salvador Melendez/AP hide caption

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Argentina Tilts To The Left With Presidential Election

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Argentine Election Results Suggest A Turn To Leftist Populism

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Peronist presidential candidate Alberto Fernández and his running mate, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, wave to supporters in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after incumbent President Mauricio Macri conceded defeat at the end of election day, on Sunday. Daniel Jayo/AP hide caption

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A Mapuche woman protests on Saturday in Santiago, Chile, a day after the massive anti-Piñera demonstration gathered an estimated one million people in the capital city. Claudio Santana/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's Asylum Agency Struggles To Keep Up

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World Series star Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals turned 21 on Oct. 25. Soto is from the Dominican Republic, where every Major League Baseball team runs a training academy for youth. Will Newton/Getty Images hide caption

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In Chile, Chaotic Public Demonstrations Are Being Met By Armed Security Forces

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In Venezuela, Victor Hugo's 'Les Misérables' Resonates With Caracas Residents

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Protests In Chile's Capital City Show No Signs Of Stopping

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