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For several hours after Hurricane Maria slammed into the island of Puerto Rico, Jorge Blanco had an unexpected monopoly. His station, Wapa Radio, was the... [Read More]
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Washboards, candles and cash are the new must-have items on this powerless island.Almost four weeks after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto... [Read More]
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Washboards, candles and cash are the new must-have items on this powerless island. Almost four weeks after Hurricane Maria ba... [Read More]
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Almost four weeks after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico, 85 percent of the population is still without electricity, forcing people to go old school, with... [Read More]
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Public health officials fear that debris left by Hurricane Maria is inviting a new wave of problems. [Read More]
TOA BAJA, Puerto Rico—Three weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, killing at least 44 people, Jose Vargas surveyed street after street... [Read More]
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Three weeks after Hurricane Maria ransacked this island leaving at least 44 dead, Jose Vargas surveyed street after street lined with mounds of soaking garbage... [Read More]
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Monday ordered an in-depth investigation after police reportedly chased off a human rights committee as the group was trying to... [Read More]
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The Odebrecht corruption scandal keeps toppling the powerful, as Ecuador Vice President Jorge Glas became the latest politician to be jailed amid investigations that he... [Read More]
At a squat, concrete brothel on the muddy banks of the Arauca River, Gabriel Sanchez rattled off the previous jobs of the women who now... [Read More]
Some Venezuelans fleeing the economic crisis are crossing the border and working in Colombia's sex industry. Teachers and doctors are becoming prostitutes so they can... [Read More]
The White House is imposing more travel restrictions on Venezuelan government officials and their immediate family members, as Washington continues to try to isolate the... [Read More]
At a squat, concrete brothel on the muddy banks of the Arauca River, Gabriel Sánchez rattled off the previous jobs of the women who now... [Read More]
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