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The site of a plane crash in Punta Islita, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, on Sunday, that killed 10 American tourists and two Costa Rican crew members aboard, leaving no survivors. Costa Rica Civil Aviation/AP hide caption

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Mexican Peso Falls To Its Lowest Level Since March

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Fujimori Pardoned After Peru's President Survives Impeachment Vote

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Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales addresses the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 19, 2017, at the United Nations headquarters. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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How Venezuela's President Maintains His Grip On Power

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People pray next to the coffin of slain journalist Gumaro Pérez Aguilando during his wake at his mother's home in Acayucan, Veracruz state, Mexico, on Wednesday. Felix Marquez/AP hide caption

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Number Of Journalists Killed In Mexico Reaches 'Historical High,' Report Says

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Mexican Crime Reporter Gumaro Pérez Aguilando Shot To Death

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Mexican police officers stand guard near the tour bus that overturned Tuesday morning in Quintana Roo state. Twelve people were killed, including 8 Americans. Maneul Jesus Ortega Canche/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Police and paramedics at the scene of a tourist bus crash in eastern Mexico Tuesday. Most of the passengers on board were had arrived aboard cruise ships and were going to view Mayan ruins. Manuel Jesus Ortega Canche/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Honduran Opposition Candidate Urges U.S. To Join Call For Re-Vote

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In Honduras, Protests Erupt In Wake Of Presidential Election Results

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After Disputed Vote, Honduran Court Rules For Incumbent President

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Morning News Brief: Tax Overhaul Plan, Honduras Election

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Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez gives an speech during a meeting last year in San Salvador, El Salvador. Marlon Gomez/CON/LatinContent/Getty Images hide caption

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