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Gunmen In Mexico Kidnap 3 Film Students

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Dozens Die In Fire At Venezuela Police Station

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People take part in the commemoration of International Women's Day in Mexico City on March 8. The national public security department's statistics show that more than 41 percent of women over the age of 15 have experienced some sort of sexual violence. Alfredo Estrella/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's #MeToo Faces Backlash After Celebrities Air Accusations Of Rape And Assault

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Venezuelan conductor and composer José Abreu delivers a speech to the young musicians of his orchestra in Caracas, Venezuela in January, 2009. Abreu was the founder of "El Sistema," an educational framework intended to extend musical instruction to children, regardless of their background. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexicali Resiste members chat outside their encampment in front of Baja California's government offices in Mexicali. From left to right, Alberto Salcido, Francisco Javier Trujillo, Mauricio Villa, Jesus Galaz Duarte and Jorge Benitez. Alex Zaragoza hide caption

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Presidential candidate and front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador delivers a speech during a rally in Guadalajara on Feb. 11. On Wednesday, he said of Cambridge Analytica: "Now that it's a worldwide scandal, people are finally paying attention." ULISES RUIZ/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Mexico, Candidates Move Away From Cambridge Analytica

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Facing Allegations Of Corruption, Peru's President Resigns

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Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski waves from the governmental palace in Lima on Wednesday, shortly after the embattled leader offered his resignation to lawmakers ahead of a scheduled vote on whether to impeach him. Martin Mejia/AP hide caption

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Carpenter Antonio Ambrosio Salvador makes Zega-Cola in Santa Ana Zegache, a small village near Oaxaca, Mexico. Zega-Cola was conceived as a locally made alternative to Coca-Cola, which is ubiquitous in Mexico. Nate Guerin hide caption

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A banner depicting Venezuela's currency, the bolivar, at the central bank of Venezuela in Caracas in January. The bolivar has lost the vast majority of its value in just the last year. Federico Parra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Colombian chef turned social entrepreneur, Leonor Espinosa has made it her mission to revive traditional agriculture, ancestral foodways and culinary know-how among rural, mainly indigenous and Afro-Colombian people. Luis Acosta/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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