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There are more than 65 million Hispanic people living in the U.S., constituting one fifth of the country's population as its ...
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Imagine stepping into a bustling refugee camp in Syria, the sounds of conversations and the sight of makeshift tents ...
In late May, protests broke out in Georgia after the country’s parliament overrode a presidential veto to enact its new Law ...
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On a sweltering summer afternoon in June, Saroj Paraste shuffled between work and cooling herself off to finish editing her ...
At least 300 journalists have fled Nicaragua, Ecuador and Guatemala and gone into exile in recent years, according to various ...