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5 Times more Venezuelans emigrating to Brazil to escape crisis, HRW reports

 04/19/2017 - 03:36
A girl of the Venezuelan Warao tribe washing clothes with her mother outside a shelter in Boa Vista, Brazil, on February 11, 2017. EFE/HRW/CESAR MUÑOZ ACEBES
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 The Human Rights Watch (HRW) organization said in a report Tuesday that since 2014, five times the number of Venezuelans are emigrating to Brazil due to shortages of food and medicine in their own country, an example of how Venezuela"s humanitarian crisis is spilling across its borders.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 3:30am
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A girl of the Venezuelan Warao tribe washing clothes with her mother outside a shelter in Boa Vista, Brazil, on February 11, 2017. EFE/HRW/CESAR MUÑOZ ACEBES

First protected DREAMer is deported under Trump

 04/19/2017 - 03:22
March against Trump in Minnesota, November 2016. Photo: Wikimedia

Juan Manuel Montes has lived in the US since age nine and was supposedly protected by Obama-era policy, prompting an outcry from activists, that demand answers.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 3:15am
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March against Trump in Minnesota, November 2016. Photo: Wikimedia

Honduran woman saves herself, family from violent extortion gang

 04/12/2017 - 07:42
Undated photo provided on Apr. 11, 2017 showing 37-year-old Honduran citizen Carolina, who fled from their native Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital, because for over a year Barrio 18 members had demanded more and more protection money every week to "watch over your business." EFE/Sashenka Gutierrez
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Carolina and her family fled from their native Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital, because for over a year Barrio 18 members had demanded more and more protection money every week to "watch over your business."Their original destination had been the United States until Donald Trump's arrival in the White House temporarily put the brakes on that idea.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 7:30am
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Undated photo provided on Apr. 11, 2017 showing 37-year-old Honduran citizen Carolina, who fled from their native Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital, because for over a year Barrio 18 members had demanded more and more protection money every week to "watch over your business." EFE/Sashenka Gutierrez

[OP-ED]: A strike is not a strategy

 04/11/2017 - 14:40
A handout photo made available by the US Navy Office of Information shows the guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) launching a missile strike while in the Mediterranean Sea, Apr. 7, 2017. EPA
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There is much to applaud in President Trump’s decision to attack the Bashar Assad regime this week. It punished a regime that has engaged in war crimes against its own people. It upheld an international norm against chemical weapons.

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 2:30pm
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A handout photo made available by the US Navy Office of Information shows the guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) launching a missile strike while in the Mediterranean Sea, Apr. 7, 2017. EPA

From paradise to paradise lost, the odyssey of a Colombian Indian community

 03/21/2017 - 04:25
An Embera indigenous child looking on, in Quibdo, Colombia, Mar. 18, 2017. EFE/LEONARDO MUÑOZ
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The thick jungles of the Colombian province of Choco on the Panamanian border was paradise to 117 Embera Indians until the violence of Colombia's armed conflict forced them to flee.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 4:15am
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An Embera indigenous child looking on, in Quibdo, Colombia, Mar. 18, 2017. EFE/LEONARDO MUÑOZ

Los últimos días de Idomeni

 06/09/2016 - 11:32
Fotos: Edwin López Moya

Mexican surgeon at Temple treats stroke patients with advanced technology

 09/23/2014 - 14:56
Dr. Guillermo Linares, director of Neuro-Interventional Services, at Temple University Hospital. Photo: Ana Gamboa/AL DÍA News

A new procedure led by Mexican surgeon Dr. Guillermo Linares at Temple Hospital, is on track to increase the number of patients who can be saved from a stroke.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 1:09pm
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Dr. Guillermo Linares, director of Neuro-Interventional Services, at Temple University Hospital. Photo: Ana Gamboa/AL DÍA News

Cirujano mexicano trata a pacientes de derrame cerebral con tecnolgía avanzada

 09/23/2014 - 13:34
Dr. Guillermo Linares, director de servicios neuro-intervencionistas, en el Hospital de la Universidad de Temple. Foto: Ana Gamboa/AL DÍA News

Un nuevo procedimiento liderado por el cirujano mexicano, el Dr. Guillermo Linares, está en vías de aumentar el número de pacientes que pueden ser salvados de un profundo daño cerebral, o incluso la muerte.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 1:09pm
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Dr. Guillermo Linares, director de servicios neuro-intervencionistas, en el Hospital de la Universidad de Temple. Foto: Ana Gamboa/AL DÍA News