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  • "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes
    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    "They have money and we don’t have anything": residents from a Latino neighborhood fear Amazon will drive them out of their homes

    Residents of Chirilagua, a mostly Central American neighborhood in northern Virginia, fear the opening of Amazon's second national headquarters will drive them out of their homes, where they’ve lived for 30 years. Speculation on the arrival of thousands of the e-commerce giant’s staff employees is already driving up rent prices.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • Venezuela’s Walkers
    Venezuela’s Walkers

    Venezuela’s Walkers

    Even if a negotiated political exit for Nicolas Maduro’s regime were to appear miraculously tomorrow, no one in Cucuta doubts that Venezuelans will keep walking.
    John Feeley
  • Alleged sexual assault of a minor at Florida soccer club
    Alleged sexual assault of a minor at Florida soccer club

    Alleged sexual assault of a minor at Florida soccer club

    Players at Weston FC inserted a Sharpie marker pen into a teammate's anus while holding him immobilized, the 14-year-old told Broward County police.
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    Gerardo Reyes
  • Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia
    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    Venezuelan ex-spy chief at center of plot to oust Maduro fled to Colombia

    After denouncing corruption in Venezuela during the April 30 uprising, sources tell Univision that Gen Manuel Cristopher Figuera fled to Colombia where he is believed to be cooperating with US intelligence. As the former head of Venezuelan intelligence he could be a valuable asset in future efforts to oust Maduro.
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    David C Adams
  • Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border
    Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border

    Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border

    Mexican farmers, the lowest link in the heroin trafficking chain to the United States, are earning less and less from the opium they produce, leading them to make the journey across the border. This opium is linked to the opioid crisis and to thousands of deaths both in Mexico and the U.S.
    Isaias Alvarado
  • Ciudad de México suspende clases por contaminación
    Ciudad de México suspende clases por contaminación

    Ciudad de México suspende clases por contaminación

    La Comisión Ambiental de la Megalópolis (Came) declaró el pasado martes contingencia ambiental extraordinaria en el Valle de México por la alta concentración de partículas en el aire ocasionada por los incendios que se han registrado en aquellos últimos días en el centro del país.
  • The secrets of Trump's housekeepers
    The secrets of Trump's housekeepers

    The secrets of Trump's housekeepers

    Two Hispanic women who worked undocumented for Trump, reveal the hardships they endured to meet the demands of their supervisor in the Trump family's homes at his New Jersey golf club.
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    Gerardo Reyes
  • Términos y condiciones concurso camiseta Leverkusen
    Términos y condiciones concurso camiseta Leverkusen

    Términos y condiciones concurso camiseta Leverkusen

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  • ‘Roma’ Wasn’t Built in a Day
    ‘Roma’ Wasn’t Built in a Day

    ‘Roma’ Wasn’t Built in a Day

    To shape his Oscar-nominated film, Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón explored memories of his childhood in Mexico City's Roma neighborhood. When it came to recreating those memories, Cuarón was uncompromising.
    Jorge Ramos
  • US sanctions on Venezuelan oil could cut the output of refineries at home
    US sanctions on Venezuelan oil could cut the output of refineries at home

    US sanctions on Venezuelan oil could cut the output of refineries at home

    Refineries located along the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Texas were just about Venezuela’s last source of hard currency. That came to a halt when the Trump administration slapped sanctions on PDVSA in late January 2019.
    Eric Smith
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