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Next step in talks, negotiating how to stamp out cocaine trade in guerrilla territory, a critical point for U.S.
A plan to raise taxes is pitting public-health advocates against junk-food barons with global reach.
Mother of seven left Beverly Hills in 1977 to live in a Mexican prison and comfort inmates and their families.
In a remote, dirt-poor town in southern Mexico, basketball helps bring kids “out of the shadows.”
Coffee chains in Colombia brace for the arrival of the Seattle giant, which plans to open 50 stores there.
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in trouble in the polls, had blood successfully drained from a clot.
Officials hope to identify citizens who buy air tickets not to travel, but to win the right to buy dollars at a good rate.
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