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Slideshow: This Week In Latin America
Mexico recovers from deadly twin storms Manuel and Ingrid, which left thousands homeless and more than 100 people dead, and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff delivers a scathing speech at the U.N. General Assembly, while back in her country, Bruce Springsteen closes out the Rock in Rio festival sending the crowds into musical ecstasy.
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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff attends a ceremony at the Planalto presidential palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Monday, Sept. 9, 2013. Rousseff again demanded answers from the U.S. government Monday after a new report about National Security Agency spying on Brazil. The report broadcast by the Globo TV network Sunday night, based on leaked documents from Edward Snowden, said the NSA targeted Brazils state-run oil firm Petrobras. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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In this Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, Nicaraguan girls dance with army cadets during a "quinceanera" party in Managua, Nicaragua. Nicaraguas Association of Mothers and Fathers of Children with Cancer and Leukemia put on for the fifith year, a the traditional coming out party for the girls from poor, rural families, teens who have the added burden of dealing with cancer. This years party feted 37 girls between ages 14 and 16. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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Racing Club's Roger Martinez, front, struggles for the ball with Lanus' Carlos Araujo, center, and Lanus' Agustin Marchesin at a Copa Sudamericana soccer match in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013. (AP Photo/Eduardo Di Baia)
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Kerry King, right, and Gary Holt of the American trash metal band Slayer performs during the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. More than 80 thousand people a day were expected to attend the week-long festival which features over 120 bands and artists and runs until Sunday. Conceived by the entrepreneur Roberto Medina, the first Rock in Rio took place in the Rio de Janeiro in 1985. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Soldiers stand on the rooftop of a building engulfed with dirt and mud at the site of a landslide in La Pintada, Mexico, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013. The village was the scene of the single greatest tragedy in destruction wreaked by the twin storms, Manuel and Ingrid. Using picks and shovels, soldiers and farmers removed dirt and rock from atop the cement or corrugated-metal roofs of houses looking for bodies in this town north of Acapulco, where 68 people were reported missing following Monday's slide. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
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In this photo released by the Voz de Areia Branca, a community news blog, people look on as biologists inspect a dolphin on Upanema beach in the Areia Branca municipality of Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Around 30 large dolphins known as false killer whales beached themselves in northeastern Brazil. (AP Photo/Carlos Junior, Voz de Areia Branca)
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Fans watch the American trash metal band Slayer perform during the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. More than 80 thousand people a day were expected to attend the week-long festival which features over 120 bands and artists and runs until Sunday. Conceived by the entrepreneur Roberto Medina, the first Rock in Rio took place in the Rio de Janeiro in 1985. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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In this Sept. 9, 2013 photo, people walk along the harbor of Havana, Cuba. Neighbors said many in the area who initially thought about selling their homes after President Raul Castro legalized the real estate market in 2011 decided to stay put upon hearing about the harbor makeover - or significantly raised their asking prices. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008 file photo Oscar Espinosa Chepe, dissident and former political prisoner, talks with the Associated Press in Havana, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008. Chepe, a high-level Cuban economist and diplomat who broke with Fidel Castro's government in the 1990s and was imprisoned for dissident activities, died in Spain Monday Sept. 23, 2013. He was 72 and had been hospitalized for a liver ailment. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano, File)
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Rescue workers remove debris during the search for bodies at the site of a landslide in the village of La Pintada, Mexico, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. A third body was recovered from the mud Sunday in La Pintada, the scene of the single greatest tragedy in destruction wreaked by the twin storms Manuel and Ingrid, which simultaneously pounded both of Mexico's coasts a week ago, spawning huge floods and landslides across a third of the country and leaving 68 people missing in La Pintada.(AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
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In this Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013 photo, released by the community news blog, Voz de Areia Branca, a tractor is used to remove a dolphin carcass from Upanema beach in Areia Branca, Brazil. Around 30 large dolphins beached themselves in northeastern Brazil over the weekend, and news reports said Monday that at least seven of them had died. The dolphins, known as false killer whales, ran aground early Sunday on the shallow sands of Upanema beach. (AP Photo/Voz de Areia Branca, Carlos Junior)

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Soldiers remove the body of a woman who was recovered from the site of a landslide in La Pintada, Mexico, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013. The village was the scene of the single greatest tragedy in destruction wreaked by the twin storms, Manuel and Ingrid, which simultaneously pounded both of Mexico's coasts. Using picks and shovels, soldiers and farmers removed dirt and rock from atop the cement or corrugated-metal roofs of houses looking for bodies in this town north of Acapulco, where 68 people were reported missing following Monday's slide. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
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Nicaraguan girls suffering from cancer dance during a "quinceanera" party in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday Sept. 21, 2013. For each of the past five years, Nicaraguas Association of Mothers and Fathers of Children with Cancer and Leukemia has put on a "quinceanera" party for girls from poor, rural families, teens who have the added burden of dealing with cancer. This years party feted 37 girls between ages 14 and 16 on Saturday night at a hotel in Nicaraguas capital.(AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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In this Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013 photo, miners rest inside the tunnel of La Flauta coal mine in Tausa, Colombia. Residents of this remote village in central Colombia pray every day that authorities don't close the small coal mines that have sustained them for as long as anyone can remember. They worry that La Flauta will be closed if authorities declare the area a nature reserve in which mining is prohibited. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

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Boca Juniors' Juan Manuel Martinez, top left, vies for the ball with Racing Club's Juan Di Nenno, top right, after leaping over Racing Club's goalkeeper Sebastian Saja during a soccer match in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Eduardo Di Baia)

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Fans watch the American trash metal band Slayer perform during the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. More than 80 thousand people a day were expected to attend the week-long festival which features over 120 bands and artists and runs until Sunday. Conceived by the entrepreneur Roberto Medina, the first Rock in Rio took place in the Rio de Janeiro in 1985. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Miners leave the tunnel after their shift at La Flauta coal mine in Tausa, Colombia, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013. Tausa residents fear that La Flauta will be closed if authorities declare the area a nature reserve in which mining is prohibited. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
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In this photo released by the Voz de Areia Branca, a community news blog, a dead dolphin lays wrapped in a bag on Upanema beach in the Areia Branca municipality of Rio Grande do Norte state, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Around 30 large dolphins known as false killer whales beached themselves in northeastern Brazil. (AP Photo/Carlos Junior, Voz de Areia Branca)
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A vendor leans against his bike with cart stacked with vegetables he purchased at a food market, to resell on the streets, on the outskirts in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Cuban authorities on Thursday announced 18 new categories of independent employment that will be permitted under President Raul Castro's economic reforms, and also restrictions intended to regulate other private entrepreneurs already in business. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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In this Sept. 9, 2013 photo, men working on the makeover of the harbor exit a small boat at the end of their workday near a building under construction that will house a new brewery in the harbor of Havana, Cuba. City authorities see an opportunity to transform this seedy industrial zone and revitalize the depressed, densely packed Spanish colonial core, due to a new port under construction west of the Cuban capital. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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Slideshow: This Week In Latin America

Mexico recovers from deadly twin storms Manuel and Ingrid, which left thousands homeless and more than 100 people dead, and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff delivers a scathing speech at the U.N. General Assembly, while back in her country, Bruce Springsteen closes out the Rock in Rio festival sending the crowds into musical ecstasy.

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