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Underwear, Dolls And More: Latin American New Year's Traditions

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With 2016 About To End, Brazilians Look Forward To A Better Year

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Zika Virus: What We've Learned This Past Year

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Record Number Of Migrants, Including Cubans, Head To U.S.

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Hipsters In Mexico City Revive Ancient Fermented Drink

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No one is sure why the northeastern part of Brazil has been hit so hard with microcephaly cases. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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How Dangerous Is Zika For Babies, Really?

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Rubi Ibarra dances during her 15th birthday celebrations in Villa Guadalupe, Mexico, on Monday. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Caribbean Tradition, an appetizer made with pickled pig's feet, chiriqui beans, and puffed pork skin, at Donde Jose. Chef Carles calls it his version of a ceviche. Kait Bolongaro for NPR hide caption

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"Samba doesn't accept restraint," says Sao Paulo performer Douglas Germano. "It has to break free or else it dies." Courtesy of Douglas Germano hide caption

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Death Toll Rises To 31 In Mexico Fireworks Market Explosion

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Brazilian Federal Judge Sergio Moro (right) is leading his country's corruption probe of state-run oil company Petrobras. Two Brazilian companies have agreed to more than $3.5 billion in fines for violating U.S. bribery laws in their dealings with Petrobras. Eraldo Peres/AP hide caption

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Fireworks Factory Near Mexico City Is Torn Apart By A Deadly Explosion

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Dozens Killed As Explosion Rips Through Fireworks Market Near Mexico City

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