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In order to survive, trash collectors pick through and separate recyclables from the Estrutural, the world’s second greatest landfill.

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The fight against homophobia has been taken to the “next level” with the Center for Orientation and Integral Research’s (COIN) new initiative to reject forms of homophobia in addition to raising awareness for its negative effects.

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Many countries are attempting to alter or improve their laws against sexual misconduct. Brazil’s proposed changes seek to make distinctions among types of sexual assault.

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Several archaeological discoveries were made in Tiahuanaco, an ancient city 70 kilometers from La Paz, Bolivia.

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El Obelisco, an iconic monument in Buenos Aires, turns 81 and the celebration will take place on May 23, 2017.

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Images in the nude and erotic scenes compose a magazine called “Math,” created by American photographer MacKenzie Peck.

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As Cuba slowly begins to open up to the world once again, popular trends brought on by the advent of social media have followed.

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A mother and her daughters discuss the fear of being female and alone. Dora, the mother, explains that “my fear is the greatest of all fears,” the fear of being alone at night, being afraid of those who pass by.

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The Peruvian government will give away 1,141 “casitas calientes” to residents of some of the country’s coldest regions.

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In 2011, a court in the state of Virginia recognized Lea, a transgender woman as a woman with full rights.

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