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It is Now Legal for the Peruvian Police to Snoop Through Phones

While Peruanos were busy pre-gaming for their independence day celebrations this week, the government gave police access to citizens’ cell phone data without the need of a warrant under legislative decree No. …

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The Secret History of How Mexico Pushed Baseball Toward Racial Integration

From the late 30s through the 40s, for black American ballplayers, there was a real “Field of Dreams”. It was south of the border, in Mexico. “I remember my time in Mexico fondly. …

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TRAILER: 'Arribeños' Doc Sheds Light on Buenos Aires' Chinese Community

With all the world’s diversity, there is perhaps one thing that unites disparate peoples from the furthest reaches of the globe: Chinatown. Yes, unlike us Latinos, the overseas Chinese population has never …

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It's Official: Mexico's National Soccer Federation Fires El Piojo Herrera After He Attacked a Journalist

After the rampant speculation that has dominated social media all morning, officials from the Mexican Federation of Fútbol (Femexfut) have officially announced Miguel Herrera's firing as the coach of Mexico's national team. In …

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9 Latin Music Collabs That Should Not Have Happened

Today, Steve Aoki’s remix of “La Prisión” by Maná has been released to the world, and now humanity is at an all-time high risk of extinction. It takes super villain levels of misanthropy …

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Gangs Have Virtually Shut Down El Salvador After Taking Over Public Transportation

Violent gangs in El Salvador have shut down public transportation, keeping thousands of Salvadorans from going to school, work, or anywhere else they may need to be. Bus drivers are on an …