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FILE PHOTO: Girls play on Barra beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 11, 2018. | REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

Pandemic Brings Growing Risk of Pregnancy, Abuse to Latin American Girls

Coronavirus fuels risks of pregnancy, child abuse and marriage among teenage girls in Latin America as COVID-19 infection rates surge
ARCHIVE PHOTO: Employees dehead Louisiana white shrimp at C.F. Gollott & Son Seafood in D'Iberville, Mississippi June 3, 2010. | REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS FOOD)

Mexican Seafood Workers Fight Back Over U.S. Coronavirus Sacking

Migrant laborers worldwide are wary about speaking out over coronavirus risks for fear of reprisals.
Latino migrant workers in the United States feature in the latest edition of the comic book ‘El Peso Hero’ by Hector Rodriguez, 1 June, 2020. | Handout / Thomson Reuters Foundation

Migrant Frontline Workers Star as Superheroes in Latino Comic Book

"El Peso Hero" superhero steps back to showcase work of nurses and farm laborers during coronavirus pandemic.
Women carry pink crosses during the "Day without women" protest, as part of the escalation of historic protests against gender violence, in Mexico City, Mexico, March 9, 2020. | REUTERS/Gustavo Graf

Murders of Women in Mexico Rise Amid Fears of Lockdown Violence

Murders of women surge amid widespread gang violence in Mexico.
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