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Celebrations are often rambunctious. 'They’re like little kids,' coach Kenneth Dale said.

With 26 players from around the globe, Arizona Western College in Yuma - coached by Tucson native Kenneth Dale - is growing something unexpected in the heart of Arizona's agrarian community: a powerhouse junior college soccer program. Read more»

Migrants look over their documents at a makeshift migrant camp at the base of the Paso del Norte International Bridge in Ciudad Juárez on Oct. 3. Migrants wait close to the port of entry so they won't lose their spot in line to legally cross into the U.S. and seek asylum.

As lawmakers, immigration attorneys and advocates call for the end of the Migrant Protection Protocols, the Department of Homeland Security announced it would expand to include Brazilians. Read more»

There’s a great deal of misinformation about the thousands of fires burning this year in the Brazilian Amazon.

This year’s fires have gained enormous attention because of their number and size but have touched off a slew of misinformation. Read more»

In an excerpt from his new book, former GlobalPost correspondent Ioan Grillo finds his way to a Brazilian cocaine party. Read more»

Sen. Bernie Sanders

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders claims that “in America we now have more income and wealth inequality than any other major country on earth.” Not really. Sanders excludes nations such as Russia, Turkey and Brazil from his definition of “major.” Read more»

Taxis line the street in the Federal District of Mexico City.

Another battle in the war between Uber and the city's taxi drivers. Read more»

Taxis line the street in the Federal District of Mexico City.

The taxi app just can’t catch a break down in Latin America. Read more» 3

A new report ranks the 50 most violent cities on the planet. Here's why Latin America crowds the list. Read more»

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff meets with President Barack Obama, March, 2011.

The South American governments are calling the air campaign against Islamist militants a violation of Syria's sovereignty — even if Assad seems to be welcoming the help. Read more»

A woman, who asked not to be identified because she fears for her safety, stands near the pulpit at the end of service at First Baptist Church on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in El Paso. The woman fled Boko Haram in Nigeria and is now seeking asylum.

Four years after fleeing Somalia, Dekha Hassan-Mohamed is living in El Paso after winning an asylum claim and bucking a national trend. Her lawyer is seeking the same protection for another client who fled Nigeria. Both women are grateful for the new chapters of their lives in El Paso. Read more»

Mexican drug cartels are expanding their reach in Peru and they may be boosting their cocaine trade with Europe in the process. Read more»

More and more of the region's governments are yanking their ambassadors out of Israel in protest. Read more» 1

Slinging mud across the pond over soccer is as old as the World Cup. Read more»

A lot of people in America will be watching Mexico play Brazil today. Read more»

Yingli's got solar panels, and Latin America's got sun. Hey, perfect match. Read more»

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