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A woman holds up a Nicaraguan newspaper that published images of some of the people who have died in recent protests there, interrupting Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega at the opening of a dialogue between the government and opposition and civic groups in Managua, on May 16. Alfredo Zuniga/AP hide caption

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Nicaragua's Embattled Government Tries To Silence Independent Media

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Pedestrians pass a building decorated with the Argentine national flag in Buenos Aires' financial district earlier this summer. Eitan Abramovich/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nicaragua's New Anti-Terrorism Law Thwarts Protesters, Activists Say

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AFL-CIO President Likes Where Revised NAFTA Deal Is Headed

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Venezuelan refugees wait outside the Brazilian Immigration Point in the border city of Pacaraima, Roraima, Brazil, on Aug. 20. Brazil's president said armed forces would be sent to the area. Mauro Pimentel/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Canada Rejoins NAFTA Talks With Mexico And Washington

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Morning News Brief

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After 25 Years It Was Time To Rebalance NAFTA, Navarro Says

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Canadians Say Trade Fight Has Changed Their View Of The U.S.

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Nicaraguan refugees fleeing their country due to unrest sleep in a Christian church in San José, Costa Rica, on July 28. Juan Carlos Ulate/Reuters hide caption

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200 Nicaraguans Claim Asylum Daily In Costa Rica, Fleeing Violent Unrest

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