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Rolando Villaz贸n and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America [Video]

Rolando Villaz贸n and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America

Rolando Villaz贸n and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America

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COVID-19 cases rise, economies struggle in Latin America [Video]

COVID-19 cases rise, economies struggle in Latin America

Latin American countries compete for vaccine they hope will quash pandemic and revive their ailing economies

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Mexico violence: Campaign revives voices of slain reporters [Video]

Mexico violence: Campaign revives voices of slain reporters

In 2019, Latin America accounted for 40 percent of all confirmed killings of journalists around the world.

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Venezuelans migrate again after COVID-19 restrictions eased [Video]

Venezuelans migrate again after COVID-19 restrictions eased

Venezuelan migrants are on the move once again as Latin America's borders and economies reopen after months of coronavirus lockdown.

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Once home to one of Latin America's most notorious prisons, San Lucas is now a tourist paradise [Video]

Once home to one of Latin America's most notorious prisons, San Lucas is now a tourist paradise

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Peru COVID-19: Healthcare workers strike, demanding better conditions [Video]

Peru COVID-19: Healthcare workers strike, demanding better conditions

Doctors and health workers go on strike in Peru as the Latin American nation records the highest coronavirus death rate per capita in the world.

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Latin America faces threat of unrest over COVID-19 economic damage [Video]

Latin America faces threat of unrest over COVID-19 economic damage

In Latin America, COVID-19 infections and deaths are continuing to rise with more than 800,000 people now infected in Colombia and Peru, and at least 700,000 in Argentina.

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