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Homicides have fallen dramatically in Honduras. So why are people still fleeing?

The U.S. has poured aid into Honduras based on a simple hope: If the streets were safer, fewer people would migrate north. That logic has proved false.

How murals are lifting Taiwan villages from economic decline

This quiet hamlet of grey-walled houses is cut off from rail and expressways.Three years ago, Taiwan’s central government hired a mural artist who painted colorful seascapes on the walls and the ground in public spaces. These paintings brought more than color to the village. They helped revive it.

Sri Lanka's president reinstates prime minister he fired 2 months ago

The move promises to ease 50 days of political crisis, but could also be the beginning of a tense relationship between the prime minister and the president.

The film 'Roma' stirs audience in director's hometown, Mexico City

Thousands stood in line to see a viewing of Alfonso Cuaron's autobiographical film "Roma," shown on a big screen at the former presidential compound in Mexico City.

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