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The chamber of commerce of Lima’s Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo de Comercio Exterior (Foreign Trade Research and Development Institute) noted that a new health inspection fee will be charged to Peruvian suppliers by US importers.

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Buenos Aires was one of the first international hubs for skateboarding, a tradition that carries on in the city today.

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President Donald Trump appointed Joseph Macmanus as the United States’ ambassador to Bogotá as relations with Colombia are under increasing pressure.

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Since Donald Trump assumed the presidency of the United States, in a victory partially driven by aggressive anti-immigrant rhetoric, incidents have increased around the country.

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Although many Mexicans have a negative opinion about President Trump, they continue loving United States brands. Their opinions, however, do not come without political recommendations.

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On November 7, the U.S. executive branch ended the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) program, which allows citizens of countries affected by armed conflicts or natural disasters to obtain green cards.

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Without NAFTA, Mexico will soon have to pay double-digit prices for commodities such as meat, whiskey, and band-aids.

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The Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, said Thursday that there has been “no attack” against US diplomats in Cuba, and accused the US Government of lying about it to “damage the bilateral relationship.”

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More than 300,000 Central Americans and Haitians are living in the United States under a temporary permit, according to La Tribuna of Tegucigalpa.

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Should the public dismiss the DEA’s statement regarding Caro Quintero?

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