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Mexico Cuisine: Edible insects growing up in popularity [Video]Mexico Cuisine: Edible insects growing up in popularity

For most people in Mexico, eating bugs has become normal and vendors seem to always have new recipes to offer.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:20

Venezuela's oil-rich city a symbol of country's economic collapse [Video]Venezuela's oil-rich city a symbol of country's economic collapse

Maracaibo, which was once the capital of Venezuela's oil industry, is facing a severe lack of services and needs.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:51

Bananas Facing Extinction Due to Deadly Fungus [Video]Bananas Facing Extinction Due to Deadly Fungus

A deadly fungus known as Tropical Race 4 (TR4) has been plaguing banana growers since the 1990s, but was confined to Southeast Asia.Recently, the fungus which renders banana plants infertile has spread as far as the Middle East, Africa, and now Latin..

Internet Brands - Home -   01:19

Chile economy hurt by US-China trade war [Video]Chile economy hurt by US-China trade war

Chile regarded as Latin America's most stable economy, but has seen sharp rise in unemployment as exports to China takes a hit.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:32

Deadly Fungus Drives Bananas Closer to Extinction [Video]Deadly Fungus Drives Bananas Closer to Extinction

The Colombian agriculture and livestock authority recently announced the arrival of Tropical Race 4 (TR4) in Latin America. TR4, in an infectious fungus that causes banana plants to become infertile. . Cavendish bananas are especially susceptible to..

TasteCrunch -   01:19

More Signs Banana Could Go Extinct [Video]More Signs Banana Could Go Extinct

The arrival of a banana-killing fungus in Latin America is furthering fears of the popular fruit’s extinction.

Geo Beats -   00:39

Famous Left-Handed People [Video]Famous Left-Handed People

August 13 is International Lefthanders Day. Just 10% of people in the world are left-handed. Many left handed people occupy high offices. Business Insider compiled a lit of popular left-handed leaders. US President Barack Obama. Israeli Prime Minister..

Wochit News -   00:52

Argentina's Macri faces setback as Fernandez sees primary win [Video]Argentina's Macri faces setback as Fernandez sees primary win

With more than half of votes counted, opposition receives 47 percent against incumbent's 32 percent.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:35

Venezuela crisis: Taos island residents struggle to survive [Video]Venezuela crisis: Taos island residents struggle to survive

The Venezuelan government sells boxes of subsidised food but they are not arriving fast enough.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   03:40

Can Mexico capitalise on US-China trade war? [Video]Can Mexico capitalise on US-China trade war?

US President Trump to impose new round of tariffs on China, as other countries start to benefit from row.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:08

Breaking the stigma of speaking an Indigenous language in Latin America [Video]Breaking the stigma of speaking an Indigenous language in Latin America

Euronews spoke to speakers of Indigenous languages in Latin America about their languages and how they struggle not to lose them.

euronews (in English) -   01:28

Dog Looks Shocked When Owner Scolds Him for Biting Her Hand [Video]Dog Looks Shocked When Owner Scolds Him for Biting Her Hand

Loki, the dog, gave a hilarious expression when his owner told him off for biting her hand. He had the look of utmost shock on his face when she told him she would abandon him. 

Jukin Media -   00:03

Goat Headbutts Girl Trying to Take Selfie With It [Video]Goat Headbutts Girl Trying to Take Selfie With It

This girl was excited about taking a selfie with a goat that was standing behind her. However, the goat didn't have the same idea in mind. It came closer to her and headbutted her hard to hern shock. 

Jukin Media -   00:10

People Run as Flash Flood Pushed Through Streets of City in Mexico [Video]People Run as Flash Flood Pushed Through Streets of City in Mexico

People ran in the streets, climbing walls, as a flash flood rushed through the streets of San Gabriel Jalisco in Mexico. The river Jalisco overflowed its banks carrying a deluge of debris and mud into the town.

Jukin Media -   03:35

Land degradation accelerates global climate change [Video]Land degradation accelerates global climate change

Desertification or land degradation already affects more than 500 million people in the world's poorest countries.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   01:43

Guy Breaks Alcohol Bottles at Store Counter When His Bag's Handle Snaps [Video]Guy Breaks Alcohol Bottles at Store Counter When His Bag's Handle Snaps

This guy was buying alcohol at a store standing outside its window counter. As he loaded his bag with the bottles, the handle of the bag gave away, causing the bottles to fall to the ground and shatter.

Jukin Media -   02:52

Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China [Video]Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China

Food giant Nestle started selling Starbucks-branded coffee in mainland China on Thursday, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards. Mia Womersley reports.

Reuters Studio -   01:22

Tour de France winner Bernal gets hero's welcome in hometown [Video]Tour de France winner Bernal gets hero's welcome in hometown

Latin America’s first Tour de France winner gets a hero's welcome from thousands of fans in his hometown in Colombia.

Reuters - Sports -   01:30

US sanctions: Juan Guaido supports US sanctions on Maduro [Video]US sanctions: Juan Guaido supports US sanctions on Maduro

'The problems we face today are not the sanctions, it's the dictatorship,' opposition leader Guaido says in an interview.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   03:43

Rescued Kitten Adorably Meows While Eating Food [Video]Rescued Kitten Adorably Meows While Eating Food

This kitten made cute noises while eating her food from a container. She hungrily gobbled up her meal adorably meowing at the same time. 

Jukin Media -   00:27

Colombia to grant citizenship to children of Venezuelan parents [Video]Colombia to grant citizenship to children of Venezuelan parents

UN calls move 'a very important step' in guaranteeing 'the complete protection' of the children of Venezuelan parents.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:30

US sanctions on Venezuela to cut off Maduro's funding [Video]US sanctions on Venezuela to cut off Maduro's funding

First-ever expanded sanctions against a western hemisphere government in over 30 years similar to those faced by Cuba.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   03:11

Mexico's firefly forest [Video]Mexico's firefly forest

Mexico's insect tourism is drawing in thousands of visitors to witness a rare light show put on by fireflies.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:02

Argentine judge suspends delivery apps, protect workers' rights [Video]Argentine judge suspends delivery apps, protect workers' rights

Delivery apps have generated much-needed jobs in Argentina that are currently going through an economic crisis.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:51

Mexico government cuts spending, claims to have saved $6bn [Video]Mexico government cuts spending, claims to have saved $6bn

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has halved his salary, sold the presidential plane and flies economy.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:49

Murder rate in Mexico soars to new record [Video]Murder rate in Mexico soars to new record

Mexico has had the most murders recorded in its history, with more than 17,000 people killed in the first half of 2019.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:04

Marie Arana on the Three Crucibles of Latin American History [Video]Marie Arana on the Three Crucibles of Latin American History

Author and National Book Award finalist, Marie Arana, tells us about her newest book Silver, Sword, and Stone, a powerful narrative about the three enduring forces that have defined Latin America, and its people, since pre-Columbian times.

Simon&Schuster -   02:39

Mexico auctions property once owned by criminals for good cause [Video]Mexico auctions property once owned by criminals for good cause

Critics of President Obrador have called the auctions a populist measure.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:08

Guatemala's president faces backlash at immigration deal with US [Video]Guatemala's president faces backlash at immigration deal with US

The agreement forces Central American migrants to apply for asylum in Guatemala instead of the US.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:34

A Scientist Claims These 'Walking Palm Trees' Actually Move [Video]A Scientist Claims These 'Walking Palm Trees' Actually Move

There's some debate over whether the mythical cashapona trees actually walk across the forest floor.

AmazeLab -   01:00

Venezuela suffers nationwide blackout in latest power outage [Video]Venezuela suffers nationwide blackout in latest power outage

Information minister says authoritarian in the process of re-establishing service after first major outage since March.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:04

US immigration: Mexico steps up migrant crackdown [Video]US immigration: Mexico steps up migrant crackdown

Mexico lifts immigration officer numbers and deploys thousands of national guard troops following Trump ultimatum.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:23

Puerto Rico protests: Calls for governor to resign [Video]Puerto Rico protests: Calls for governor to resign

Puerto Ricans furious that Ricardo Rossello says he'll serve rest of term after messages mocking citizens leaked.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:20

Nicaragua revolution: Divisions continue after 40 years [Video]Nicaragua revolution: Divisions continue after 40 years

President and former rebel, Daniel Ortega, called for a divided nation to come together, but people are sceptical.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:26

Argentina designates Hezbollah terrorist organisation [Video]Argentina designates Hezbollah terrorist organisation

Argentina has accused top Iranian officials and a Hezbollah operative of being behind the AMIA attack in 1994.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:47

Here is how Mexico is fighting rise in mobile theft cases [Video]Here is how Mexico is fighting rise in mobile theft cases

It has become such a huge problem, the government has been forced to act.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:30

Dog Gently Holds Bird on Their Paw [Video]Dog Gently Holds Bird on Their Paw

This adorable dog offered their paw and gently held their owner's pet bird as it perched calmly on it. 

Jukin Media -   00:45

Monos movie [Video]Monos movie

Monos movie trailer HD Plot synopsis: MONOS, Alejandro Landes' awe-inspiring third feature, is a breathtaking survivalist saga set on a remote mountain in Latin America. The film tracks a young group of soldiers and rebels -- bearing names like..

Teaser-Trailer.com -   01:42

La Paz on immigration raids [Video]La Paz on immigration raids

La Paz prepares immigrant families for potential ICE raids.

WDEF CBS Chattanooga, TN -  

Tunisia climate: Economy hit by coastal erosion [Video]Tunisia climate: Economy hit by coastal erosion

Two-thirds of Tunisia's population lives along its coast. But climate change is threatening their habitat and livelihoods.

Al Jazeera STUDIO -   02:36

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