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13 Photos That Show a Side to Cuba You'll Never See in the Media

There's more to Cuba than its frosty relationship with the U.S.

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What Pope Francis Was Doing in His Twenties

This story involves tango, revolution, and dashed soccer dreams.
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Why the World Cup Will Be Bad News for Indigenous People

You've heard what's happening in the favelas, but Brazil's indigenous people are also under assault.
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How the World's Poorest President Became the Most Popular Public Figure on the Internet

He's humble, progressive, and not your average president. Here's why the internet can't seem to get enough of José "Pepe" Mujica.
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A Short History of Cinco de Mayo for Everyone Who Still Thinks It's Mexican Independence Day

We've been thinking about our neighbors to the south all wrong.
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Brazilians Put a Unique Twist On the 'Happy' Craze, With This Parody Ahead of the World Cup

There's little to be happy about in the way Brazil has handled the World Cup.

The Dark Side of Brazil's Love for Women's Soccer

Popularity has its price.
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There Will Be a Lot Fewer of These Things by 2050

Hopefully you're not too attached to seafood.
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These Photos Being Shared From Venezuela Are Fake

Don't believe everything you see in your Twitter feed.
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8 Dictators Who Couldn't Resist Airbrushing Their Photos

C'mon guys, you look perfectly tyrannical just the way you are.
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6 Countries in the Sochi Olympics With Worse Gay Rights Records Than Russia

When it comes to homophobia, Russia isn't the only country going for the gold

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5 Times You Gave Money to Organized Crime Without Realizing It

Buy any avocados recently?
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You've Heard Of the World's Poorest President — This is His Secretary

Could you imagine what would happen if a White House staffer was also a part-time model?
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These Insane Viral Videos From Brazil Expose the Nation's Police Brutality Problem

Rather than quell violence, hard-line police tactics are sparking retaliation and fueling more violence.
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The Brutal Side to Immigration That Congress Should Be Talking About

To reach the American dream, migrants must first endure the "Mexican nightmare."
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Brazil Prepares for the World Cup By Silencing Favela Culture

Just another part of a systemic campaign to tame the country's slum communities.

20 Moments in LGBT History That You May Have Missed

2013 has been a big year for gay rights, building on a decades long battle. Here are the lesser-known milestones in the fight for equality in America.
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Stop Pretending the Obama-Castro Handshake Meant Anything

The blowup over the Obama-Castro handshake is not just another silly overreaction by Republicans eager to engage in political drama.
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Outrage is Growing Fast As the Truth About Brazil Comes Out Before the World Cup

The World Cup doesn't start until June, but the tournament's real losers and winners have already been determined.
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This Gay Activist Was Beaten and Now He Has a Message For Every Young Person Interested in Change

This LGBT activist was beaten for being gay. But instead of staying silent, he's used politics to fight for equality.