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The Border Patrol tries to win over Hispanic communities — by singing love songs in Spanish

Something very, very different is going on at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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‘You can’t appease tyrants and bullies’: Mexican candidates take hard line on Trump

In their second debate, Mexico’s presidential candidates competed over how to confront Trump.

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More than 100 people dead after airliner crashes in Cuba on domestic flight

A state-run newspaper reported that three people survived the crash. Images posted on social media showed smoke rising from the crash site south of ...

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Another survivor of Cuba airline disaster dies

A second survivor of Cuba's worst aviation disaster in three decades died Friday, raising the death toll to 112 one day after state-run media ...

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US expels Venezuelan diplomats as election row escalates

The US has announced the tit-for-tat expulsion of two Venezuelan diplomats in a row sparked by Washington's criticism of President Nicolas Maduro's ...

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5.2 magnitude earthquake hits Mexico, USGS says

A 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck 11 miles south-east of Xalpatlahuac, Mexico, late Sunday, according to the US Geological Survey.

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Cuba Fast Facts

Read Cuba Fast Facts from CNN and learn more about this communist country located in the Caribbean Sea, approximately 90 miles south of Florida.

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'No free ticket' Canada warns as Nigerian asylum seekers cross from US

The wave of asylum seekers continue to cross into Canada from the United States, and that has drawn concerns that the numbers will only rise as the weather gets warmer.

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Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts on the life of Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

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Fidel Castro Fast Facts

View CNN's Fast Fact on the life of Fidel Castro and learn more about the former Cuban leader.

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Danica Patrick crashes out of Indy 500 to end racing career

In the final race of her career, Danica Patrick crashed out of the Indy 500 on lap 68.

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Border Patrol changes account of woman's killing as her family reels

"She left because of a great need that her family has here in Guatemala," the young woman's cousin said.

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Scary study connects white American bigotry with support for authoritarianism

The research suggests that when intolerant white people fear democracy may benefit marginalized people, they abandon their commitment to democracy.

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A One-Eyed Québécois ‘Rambo’ Captures Imaginations in Canada

The superhuman wartime exploits of Léo Major, a Quebec soldier, are inspiring a new generation of Canadians. “If he were American, there would’ve been a dozen films about him by now,” says his son.

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Cultural changes come to the speaker circuit

The public's appetite for political tell-all books is as strong as ever, but when it comes to the speaker circuit, some political players are having a hard time getting booked.

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Sen. Flake: GOP needs to stand up to Trump more forcefully

The outspoken Trump critic said many in his party are afraid that speaking out against the president will damage them politically.

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Colombia votes in first presidential poll since Farc deal

The first election since a 2016 peace deal with Farc rebels is held amid sharp political divisions.

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Tesla's 'Autopilot' system is anything but, safety experts say

A recent AAA study found 73 percent would be "afraid" to ride in a fully self-driving vehicle.

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There are fewer Latino Catholics, but U.S. churches are still counting on them

Though fewer people in the U.S. and Latin America identify as Catholic, Latinos are the biggest source of growth for Catholic churches in the U.S.

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In wake of Fukushima, Japan's divestment campaign pits Buddhist priest against banks

In the wake of Fukushima, Tomonobu Narita is at the forefront of a movement to withdraw money from banks that back environmentally harmful energy projects.

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Fired up by Trump, Obama alums launch bids for office

The groundswell of candidates with ties to the former president could fill state and federal legislatures with likeminded allies.

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An Olympic baseball diamond was home. Now it's a memory.

Many migrants who reached Greece in the hope it would be an entry to the rest of Europe are now being forced to accept that their journey may end ...

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Nicaragua unrest: Thousands join renewed anti-government rallies

Anti-government rallies resume after church-mediated talks to end weeks of violent unrest break down.

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American freed by Venezuela after 2 years in prison returns home

Joshua Holt said Saturday afternoon "thank you for the support, your prayers, and for never giving up and leaving us behind."

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Joshua Holt case: US sanctions 'to stay' despite prisoner release

Vice-president Mike Pence says sanctions will remain despite the release of a US citizen and his wife.

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In Brazil, a truckers’ strike brings Latin America’s largest economy to a halt

Shortages are so bad that some McDonald’s restaurants run out of hamburger buns.

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For decades, Colombia battled leftist guerrillas. Now one is a leading presidential candidate.

Polls show Gustavo Petro is unlikely to win, but his strong run highlights the country’s polarization at a transformative time for the United States’ closest Latin American ally.

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