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Not Just Flamenco: Dancers Showcase Latino Diversity
Jessica Montoya Coggins
Now in its fourth decade, the nation's leading Latino dance company's modern, varied pieces show the complexity of the Hispanic experience.
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Is Havana Condom Shortage Overblown?
A majority of Havana drugstores are carrying condoms, though there is a shortage in the region of Santiago.
John Moore / Getty Images, file
Defending Obama On Deportations?
An immigration reform advocate takes a different view on labeling Obama as deporter in chief.
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7.2-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes in Mexico
A powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck near Guerrero, Mexico, Friday morning. There were no immediate reports on damage or injuries.
Police Clash With Student Protesters in Venezuela
Riot police in Venezuela fire tear gas on student protesters out on the streets of Caracas as anti-government demonstrations rage on in the divided South American nation.
Andres Reyes / FNPI via AP, file
Telemundo's Rajo Remembers Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Remembering the extraordinary novelist and journalist, and the worlds he created.
Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dead at 87
Colombian author and Nobel winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez dies at age 87.
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Holy Sawdust! Guatemala Carpet Breaks World Record
The annual sawdust carpet-making tradition that takes place on Holy Thursday in Guatemala was recognized this year as a world record breaking piece.
Nobel Winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87
The Colombian novelist and the father of "magical realism" died in Mexico City after battling cancer for many years.
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