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The low salaries, added to the labor precariousness and a high informality, lead millions of Mexicans to a dramatic situation: to work for daily...

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Dominican journalists shot dead during live radio broadcast

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Former Haiti coup leader, wanted in US, arrested

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Venezuela president names new potential successor

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Puerto Rico’s new gov promises immediate push for statehood

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In Venezuela, lynchings kill one person every three days: report

By Andreina Aponte | CARACAS (Reuters) - Roughly one person is being lynched in crisis-ridden Venezuela every three days as frustrated residents take revenge on...

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