North America sees drop in COVID-19 cases, Brazil surge worrying, says PAHO

New COVID-19 cases continue to decline in North America, but in Latin America infections are still rising, particularly in Brazil where a resurgence has caused...
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Color-coded passage: Why smugglers are tagging U.S.-bound migrants with wristbands

Along the banks of the Rio Grande in the scrubby grassland near Penitas, Texas, hundreds of colored plastic wristbands ripped off by migrants litter the...
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U.S. warns against travel to Mexico for Spring Break 2021

US citizens should reconsider Spring Break vacations and non-essential travel due to the covid-19 pandemic, the US Embassy in Mexico warned. In a health and...
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More than 11,000 displaced by Colombia violence this year

More than 11,000 people have been displaced from their homes by fighting between Colombian armed groups so far in 2021 – equivalent to seven people...
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After record COVID-19 deaths, President Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to stop ‘whining’

After two straight days of record COVID-19 deaths in Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday told Brazilians to stop “whining” and move on, in his...
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Night and day in South America: Buenos Aires welcomes nightlife, new lockdowns in Brazil

In Buenos Aires on Friday night the doors of the Colón Theater reopened for the first time in a year since being shut because of...
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Four Mexican drug cartels top buyers and traffickers of Colombian cocaine, official says

Mexico’s Sinaloa, Jalisco Nueva Generacion, Zetas and Beltran Leyva drug cartels are the top buyers and traffickers of cocaine produced by criminal groups in Colombia,...
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Brazilian researchers develop material that kills COVID-19; will be used to make masks

A group of Brazilian researchers developed a cloth material capable of eliminating SARS-CoV-2, the virus that transmits the new coronavirus, in just two minutes and...
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Record virus infections, deaths are ravaging Latin America

A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths Friday in some countries in the world’s most unequal region...
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Mariachis delight quarantined Colombians with jolts of street music

The boisterous music – usually heard at family celebrations and raucous birthdays – bursts through the eerily quiet streets of Colombia’s capital, Bogota. The mariachis...
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‘This is war’: Virus charges beyond Latin American hot spots

Beyond the hot spots of Brazil and Mexico, the coronavirus is threatening to overwhelm Latin American cities stretching from Chile to the Colombian Amazon in...
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In Latin America, face masks become a form of expression

Rarely used in Latin America outside hospitals before the coronavirus pandemic, face masks are now compulsory for subway riders, supermarket shoppers and even joggers in...
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