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Hockey is perhaps the most iconic pastime in Canada but has been historically expensive and predominantly white. Now the sport is changing to survive.
Two months after Hurricane Dorian, meals are still a challenge in the Bahamas. World Central Kitchen is cooking, and trying to rebuild resilience.
Venezuelan refugees don’t always stay close to home. Thousands are drawn to Buenos Aires – including musicians sharing their talents.
Ecatepec, Mexico, is a hot spot for violence against women. Manuel Amador is helping students push back against the idea that’s the way it has to be.
Restorers Lucia (left) and Monserrat work on a painting in Mexico City’s National Museum of Anthropology on Sept. 20, 2019.
Evo Morales’ controversial departure from Bolivia marks the start of the country’s next chapter. But the path ahead is far from clear.
Pushed by protests and accusations of electoral fraud, President Evo Morales abruptly left for Mexico, leaving Bolivia confused and leaderless.
Chile’s protests were sparked by a 30-peso hike in subway fare. But they reflect years of frustrations over inequality – and hopes for democracy.
A new Day of the Dead Barbie doll has ignited intense reactions. Some claim it pays homage to Mexican culture, others claim cultural appropriation.
Russia has renewed ties with its Cold War ally in recent months. Trade between the countries expected to hit $500 million this year.
Argentina’s election Oct. 27 is expected to be a victory for the Peronist ticket – thanks in part to young voters’ idea of el peronismo.
Rapid economic growth followed by a slump is a pattern playing out across a number of developing nations from Haiti to Chile, spurring citizen unrest.
After weeks of violent protests, thousands joined religious leaders, marching peacefully for political reform through the Haitian capital.
Scandals damaged Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's image, but he won a second term and an endorsement from former President Barack Obama.
500 years after conquistadors first set foot on Mexican soil, a renewed sense of nationalism is taking root.
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