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The winning IMPCT team poses with former President Bill Clinton and (at far right) Philip Hult, co-chairman, EF Education First. The team members (from left) are Andres Escobar, Juan Diego Prudot, Taylor Scobbie and An-Nung Chen Jonathan Fickies/AP Images for Hult Prize Foundation hide caption

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Obama, Castro Strike Different Notes In U.N. Remarks

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Thousands Protest Mexico's Investigation Into 43 Missing Students

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In Brazil, Syrian Refugees Retrace Migration Trails

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Beakman, played by performance artist Paul Zaloom, was on TV in the U.S. 20 years ago, but is still beloved in Latin America, where it plays in reruns. Courtesy of Sony Pictures Television hide caption

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Remember 'Beakman's World'? The Wacky Scientist Is Still Big In Latin America

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Colombian Government, FARC Announce Outlines Of Peace Deal

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Pope Francis Canonizes Spanish Missionary Junipero Serra

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Cuba's President Raul Castro (center) encourages Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (left) and the commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC, known as Timochenko, to shake hands, in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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Pope Francis Arrives In U.S. After Visit To Cuba

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Pope Francis Holds Public Mass In Holguin, Cuba

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Pope Francis To Cubans: Live In Service To Others, Not Ideology

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