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The Latina/Latino contingent is one of the largest at Capital Pride. Many Latinos dress in drag and ride on a float and in cars. Gay Festival in Washington DC. 2011

Each year, dozens of Latino transgenders immigrate to the U.S.  seeking acceptance and stability. Often, their path is not smooth.

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8 Nobel Peace laureates call for mediation in Catalonia

 10/10/2017 - 02:43
A girl wearing a selfmade mask reading 'Are we talking?' attend a demonstration called by platform 'Hablamos?' at Cibeles square in Madrid, Spain, 07 October 2017, to make a call for dialogue after the Catalan Independence Referendum held on 01 October. EPA-EFE FILE/Victor Lerena

The Nobel laureates condemned the violence during illegal referendum of independence Oct. 1 in Catalonia and referred to the referendums held in Quebec and Scotland, regions where secession was voted against in 1995 and 2014 respectively, as examples of "mature democracies" and "freedom of expression".

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EFE

La ocasión perdida del Rey

 10/05/2017 - 05:51
Spanish King Felipe VI  (L) giving a speech two days after the celebration of the Catalonian illegal referendum, in Madrid, Spain, Oct. 3, 2017. 24 hours later, the President of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont (R), answered him back. EPA-EFE/Spanish Royal Household/Francisco Gomez

El líder catalán separatista catalán Carles Puigdemont acusó al Rey Felipe VI de alinearse con la política del gobierno central y de consentir la violenta actuación de la policía española en contra de la población que participó en el referéndum de independencia, que Madrid considera ilegal.  Según Puigdemont, el Rey ha decepcionado a muchos catalanes y ha perdido la ocasión para pedir el diálogo. 

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Florida's undocumented farmworkers especially hit hard by Irma

 09/29/2017 - 05:04
Undated photo provided by the Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) on Sept. 28, 2017 showing a house damaged by Hurricane Irma, in Immokalee, Florida, USA. EPA-EFE/RCMA

The hurricane's human cost is particularly apparent in Immokalee, a southwestern Florida town of around 20,000 inhabitants where approximately half of the population are undocumented farmworkers from Mexico, Guatemala and Haiti who work in tomato, cucumber, bell pepper and pumpkin fields.

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EFE

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