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  • Nearly 1 in 4 Cubans Above the Age of 15 is An Habitual Smoker

    Photo Credits: Smoking news

  • Central American Coffee Rust Fungus Contributes to Region’s Migration

    Photo Credits: Coffee growers Juan Rivas and Manuel Antonio Rodriguez sit in the assembly area of their El Salvador coffee cooperative. The cooperative has 115 members, but has been silent this year because a fungus that has wiped out much of coffee production. (CNS/David Agren)

  • Immigrants Work in More Arduous Jobs than U.S. Natives, New Study Shows

    Photo Credits: Astrid Westvang

  • Benicio del Toro’s Pablo Escobar Film to Premiere at Toronto Int’l Film Festival

    Photo Credits: "Escobar: Paradise Lost"

  • Doctors Treat Spanish Priest with Ebola with Experimental Serum

    Photo Credits: Fr. Miguel Pajares

  • CAS to Rule on Luis Suarez’s Appeal in Less Than a Week

    Photo Credits: Luis Suarez

  • Area of Northern Spain Hailed as “Mega-Trove” of Dinosaur Footprints

    Photo Credits: Ichnites in Spain

  • South America Welcomes First Gorilla Born in Captivity

    Photo Credits: Baby gorilla in Belo Horizonte

  • House Fails to Address Problems While Stripping Deportation Relief for Immigrants

    Photo Credits: News Flash

  • Obama Acknowledges U.S. Tortured People After 9/11

    Photo Credits: Barack Obama (Pete Souza)

Nearly 1 in 4 Cubans Above the Age of 15 is An Habitual Smoker

Some 24 percent of people over 15 years old are habitual smokers in Cuba and half the population is exposed to tobacco smoke at home, at work or in public… more »

Central American Coffee Rust Fungus Contributes to Region’s Migration

Oralia Lopez had a brother leave for the United States in 2013. He had given up on eking out a living in El Salvador's coffee country, where a fungus known… more »

Immigrants Work in More Arduous Jobs than U.S. Natives, New Study Shows

One of the reasons often cited to explain the importance of immigrant workers to the U.S. economy is the presumption that immigrants perform jobs that U.S. natives are unwilling to… more »

Benicio del Toro’s Pablo Escobar Film to Premiere at Toronto Int’l Film Festival

"Escobar: Paradise Lost," a French drama-thriller starring Benicio del Toro as the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and directed by Andrea Di Stefano, will have its world premiere at… more »

Doctors Treat Spanish Priest with Ebola with Experimental Serum

The Spanish missionary infected with Ebola and admitted to a hospital in Madrid is being treated with the experimental serum ZMapp, also used in the United States for patients with… more »

CAS to Rule on Luis Suarez’s Appeal in Less Than a Week

The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Friday it will probably rule "before the end of next week" on Uruguayan international and FC Barcelona striker Luis Suarez's appeal of his… more »

Area of Northern Spain Hailed as “Mega-Trove” of Dinosaur Footprints

Experts confirm that a site in the northern Spanish province of Burgos is a "mega-trove" of fossilized dinosaur footprints from a species unknown anywhere else in the world. more »

South America Welcomes First Gorilla Born in Captivity

The zoo in Belo Horizonte, the capital of Brazil's Minas Gerais state, is the home of the first gorilla born in captivity in South America, the Fundacion Zoo-Botanica said. more »

House Fails to Address Problems While Stripping Deportation Relief for Immigrants

The House of Representatives approved two bills Friday night, one that allocated only a fraction of the funds needed to address the humanitarian situation surrounding unaccompanied children and another that… more »

Obama Acknowledges U.S. Tortured People After 9/11

President Barack Obama acknowledged Friday that U.S. officials "did some things that were wrong" in the wake of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. more »

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