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The Spanish Inquisition provides a telling parallel to ISIL's extremism.
Mexico and the Philippines feel the brunt of repeated hurricanes and typhoons in quick succession.
Farmers worry about their future as buyers shun local produce and rivers show an elevated presence of heavy metals.
Fault Lines goes behind the numbers to examine the child migration boom from Central America to the US border.
Poor neighbourhoods are often the only place Mexicans with little education and little money can build better lives.
Storm packing winds of 195km per hour makes landfall and heads northwest as forecasts warn of floods and mudslides.
A gang member from the world's largest slum explains why his real battle is against everyday discrimination.
Central America's civil wars and dictatorships in the 1980s helped create the violent situation today, a new report says
Torrential downpours have forced mass evacuations across Mexico’s Baja California peninsula
The abrivado is a popular bull-running festival, demonstrating the skills of horsemen against agile, long-horned bulls.
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