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In this Sept. 8, 2018 photo, horses walk through the municipal cemetery where several dialysis patients who died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, are buried in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Of the 15 patients with kidney failure who lived on the tiny island before the storm, six have died since they began there thrice-weekly trips to the Puerto Rican mainland for dialysis treatments because the only treatment center on the island was shuttered by Maria. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
A year after Maria, Puerto Rican kidney patients fear deathPuerto Rico dialysis patients fear death 1 year after Maria shuttered treatment center in Vieques
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AP Photos: A look at Mexico City buildings devastated quakeAP Photos: A before and after look at some of the buildings damaged in Mexico City's devastating quake
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Argentina: Key points in study of pedophile priest GrassiKey excerpts of study commissioned by Pope Francis and the Argentine bishops conference in a famous case of priestly sex abuse
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Mexico stops hotel project at sea turtle nesting beachEnvironmental authorities have denied permits for a proposed hotel near one of Mexico's most important sea turtle nesting beaches on the Caribbean
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Venezuela doubles down on Chinese money to reverse crisisVenezuela is leaning heavily on new investments from China saying it will dramatically boost oil production and turn around the country's crashing economy
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro stands up after a press conference at the Miraflores Presidential Palace, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. Venezuela and China have agreed to joint investments Maduro announced on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
Venezuela's Maduro may skip UN meeting over security fearsVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he may have to suspend a planned trip to the United Nations because of concerns that his opponents would try to kill him
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FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2017 file photo, three containers for holding corpses, right, sit parked outside the Institute of Forensic Science, brought to give support in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where the institute press spokesman confirmed their facilities no longer provided enough space to store bodies, and that several hospital morgues are also full. Along with post-storm conditions, each death has a complex mix of causes that can include serious pre-existing conditions and individual decisions by patients, caregivers and doctors, making it difficult to definitively apportion blame in every case. But critics say many could have been saved by better preparation and emergency response. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti, File)
Puerto Rico sues insurance companies amid unresolved claimsPuerto Rico's government is suing insurance companies that officials say have not responded quickly enough to claims filed after Hurricane Maria.Gov
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Mexico fires morgue director in corpse scandalThe governor of the western Mexico state of Jalisco has fired the director of the state morgue after a refrigerated truck carrying 157 unidentified bodies drew complaints from neighbors over the smell
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Damaged buildings, graft haunt Mexico City year after quakeAcross Mexico City, buildings with gaping cracks lean at precarious angles and some people are still living outside a year after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake killed 228 people in the capital
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Turkish delight for Venezuela's Maduro draws opponents' furyVideos of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro feasting on a steak dinner prepared by a celebrity chef at a time many in his crisis-wracked nation are going hungry has drawn fury from opponents of the embattled socialist leader
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Guatemala govt bars anti-graft chief, defying court rulingGuatemala's government is defying a ruling by the country's top court to allow the return of the man who heads a U.N.-backed anti-corruption commission, with officials arguing that they have the right to force his replacement
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Argentina's Fernandez charged, arrest soughtAn Argentine federal judge has indicted former President Cristina Fernandez and asked for her arrest for allegedly heading a corruption scheme that collected bribes in exchange for public work contracts
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Mariachi shooting in Mexico City claims 6th victimMexico City authorities say a sixth person has died as a result of a weekend shooting by men dressed as mariachi musicians who attacked a restaurant at a popular plaza in the capital
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Complaints as 157 bodies kept in morgue trailer in MexicoOvercrowding at morgues in Mexico's western state of Jalisco led authorities to store 157 unidentified bodies in a refrigerated truck near the city of Guadalajara, but complaints about the smell prompted an investigation Monday
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Trial for murder of Honduran environmental activist delayedHonduras' supreme court has indefinitely suspended the start of a trial of eight men accused in the 2016 killing of prize-winning Honduran indigenous and environmental rights activist Berta Caceres
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