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The demise of the Colorado River has destroyed the social fabric of the Cucap tribe and is partly to blame for its population decline They are called the River People, but they no longer have a river. Inocencia Gonzlez is the traditional tribal elder of the Cucap the River People...Read more
As Washington penalizes Cuba for supporting Venezuela, Cubans are changing tractors with oxen and oil with fire wood O n a clammy early morning in eastern Havana, a bus stuffed with more than 100 sweaty commuters draws in to a bus stop. The doors open and more guests press in...Read more
Rolando, a native guy who endured a shooting and abuse in Guatemala, was suffering blinding headaches when he showed up in the United States Some days, Rolando would bleed out of his eyes, ears and nose. Other days, he ‘d push the flooring, hardly mindful or woozy. But whenever the...Read more
Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood voice assistance after vocalist looks for medical treatment Sir Mick Jagger’s Rolling Stones bandmates have actually revealed their assistance for the 75-year-old frontman after he revealed he was taking out of a trip of the United States and Canada since of a concealed medical issue....Read more
An uncommon appearance inside a migration jail exposes the suffering of forever apprehended households: bad education, little sleep, and no concept when they will go out Eight-year-old Jorge Jr is withdrawn. He does not raise his head up from the table for much of the hour-long check out at the...Read more
Guadalupe Flores, of the Zacatecas state legislature, wishes to debunk the usage of field rats by motivating individuals to consume caldo de rata As policy platforms go, it is not likely to end up being mainstream. A regional political leader in the Mexican state of Zacatecas is promoting the usage...Read more
The remote village where the Argentina-born revolutionary was executed is now a tourist attraction but the fortunes of his regional political heirs are on the wane On 3 November 1966, a middle-aged Uruguayan businessman named Adolfo Mena Gonzlez touched down in La Paz, Bolivia. He took a hotel suite overlooking...Read more