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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (seen here with President Trump in October) on Thursday called the argument that U.S. steel import tariffs were necessary for national security reasons an "affront" to Canada. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Long, crowded lines extend from a gas station Monday in Rio de Janeiro. For more than a week, a massive truckers' strike has paralyzed fuel and food deliveries across Brazil. Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ivan Duque, presidential candidate for the Democratic Center, and his vice presidential candidate Marta Lucia Ramirez, raise arms after winning the first round of Colombia's presidential election. A runoff with Gustavo Petro will be held June 17. Fernando Vergara/AP hide caption

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Colombia's Presidential Election Moves To A 2nd Round Pitting Right Against Left

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Marcos Carbono (center) joins a protest against the weekend's election in Venezuela in front of that country's consulate in Miami. President Nicolás Maduro may have won the vote count but in the process lost the legitimacy to govern, one expert writes. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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People walk through a flooded street in in Miami Beach, Fla., in 2015. The city is eyeing $500 million in infrastructure upgrades, installing 80 new pumps over a decade to redirect floodwaters back to the ocean. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Foreign Investors Shrug Off Miami's Rising Sea Levels

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In this photo released by the National Electoral Institute (INE), presidential candidates ( from left) independent Jaime Rodriguez, known as "El Bronco," Ricardo Anaya of the Forward for Mexico Coalition, Jose Antonio Meade, of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, with the MORENA party, attend the second of three debates in Tijuana, Mexico, on Sunday. AP hide caption

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Venezuela's President Wins Boycotted Elections Amid Fraud Charges

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Sessions Intervenes In Salvadoran Woman's Asylum Case

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Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro and his wife, Cilia Flores, wave to supporters at the presidential palace in Caracas on Sunday after election officials declared his victory. Ariana Cubillos/AP hide caption

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