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Los paperos, or potato farmers, of the Huasahuasi district in the Peruvian highlands have been cultivating potatoes for almost 170 years.

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The death of 111 children under five years of age in 2017 due to malnutrition has highlighted the shortcomings of Guatemala’s social welfare programs.

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Citizens of Tegucigalpa are carefully eyeing and smelling cuts of meat before buying to make sure they are getting beef and not horse meat since the discovery of dozens of equine carcasses in a clandestine slaughterhouse.

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Bogotá is the sixth most congested city in the world. The specialized firm Inrix revealed just how much time people spent in traffic in the city in 2017.

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A “kissing” demonstration will be held in protest against the prosecution of Mariana Gómez, a young woman who on October 2 was arrested and beaten by the police for kissing her wife, Rocío Girat.

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This summer, Inmentro (The National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology) is investigating the controversial practice of swimming while wearing mermaid-like tails.

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Brazil is neither the most violent country nor the least in the region; but the number of deaths is not be taken lightly and could very well show an interesting social discovery.

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Upon assuming the Archdiocese of Mexico, Carlos Aguiar Retes stated, “We need to reconstruct our society’s lifestyle.”

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El Salvador has some of the toughest laws surrounding abortion. As a result, women’s lives are in danger and doctors’ hands are tied as the dilemma of health vs. law is confronted.

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The 483rd anniversary of the founding of the city of Lima provides an opportunity to analyze how its citizens perceive their current condition.

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