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Brazilian lawmaker Jair Bolsonaro is greeted by supporters as he launches his campaign for October's presidential election, in Rio de Janeiro, on July 22. Carl De Souza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Dictatorship Was A 'Very Good' Period, Says Brazil's Aspiring President

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Famous For Traffic Jams, Mexico City Takes A Cue From 'La La Land'

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The U.S. released journalist Emilio Gutierrez and his son on Thursday, after the second months-long detention. Seen here in 2011, Gutierrez has been seeking asylum in the U.S. since fleeing Mexico's drug violence in 2008. Jose Luis Gonzalez /Reuters hide caption

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Feminism Gets A New Platform In Argentina

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Mexico City Mayor-elect Claudia Sheinbaum cast her vote in the capital city on July 1. She and many women won posts in local governments and legislatures across the country. Bernardo Montoya/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet Mexico City's First Elected Female Mayor

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A Honduran Family Reunited

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'There Is Nothing For Us Here': Why People Keep Leaving Guatemala

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A hotel employee prepares coconut husks for recycling into rope at the luxury Soneva Fushi island resort in the Maldives. It's just one of many initiatives the resort is taking to reduce food waste. Amal Jayasinghe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Brazilian surgeon Dr. Denis Cesar Barros Furtado shows his doctors license as he speaks to the media at the police department after his arrest in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Thursday. Leo Correa/AP hide caption

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Guatemalan Man Deported Without 9-Year-Old Son

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