Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Is the US military reliant on indentured workers?
12 Dec 2011 14:12 GMT
Sunset in Guerrero [Josh Rushing]
Graveside memorial service for murdered human rights activist in Guerrero [Josh Rushing]
Graveside tuba player at a memorial service in Guerrero [Josh Rushing]
Ever-present Catholic iconography in Guerrero [Josh Rushing]
Tuba player at a graveside memorial in Guerrero [Josh Rushing]
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Drugs, Addiction, Health
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Human Rights, Latin America, Mexico
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Sport, Football, Corruption
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Environment, Science & Technology, Food
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Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
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Human Rights, Kazakhstan, Asia