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    Historic building burns in Lima after anti-government protests rock Peru

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  • Deadly protests against Peruvian government kills at least 47

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  • Brazilian authorities detain 1,500 people after attack on government buildings

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  • Protesters demand punishment for Brazilian rioters

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  • Two Years After the Attack on the U.S. Capitol, Brazil Has its Own 1/6

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  • Biden speaks with Lula da Silva after Brazilian Capitol attack

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  • Bolsonaro supporters' camp near Brasilia army HQ dismantled

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  • Supporters of former Brazilian President Bolsonaro storm government buildings

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  • N.Y. Congressman-elect Santos to take office despite campaign controversy

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  • ‘We are saying goodbye to a genius’: Funeral crowds line streets to honor ‘King’ Pelé

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  • Thousands pay respect to soccer legend Pelé during public wake

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  • Pelé's coffin arrives in Santos for huge public wake

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  • Fans in Brazil mourn the death of soccer legend Pelé

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  • Looking back at turmoil and change across Latin America in 2022

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  • Video shows moment Argentina soccer fans jump onto team bus

    01:28
  • Argentina World Cup champions welcomed with massive street celebrations

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  • 168 geoglyphs newly discovered in Peru's Nazca Pampa

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  • Argentina's World Cup winners return home to huge crowds

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  • Argentina celebrates historic World Cup win

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Obama, Iran president Rouhani to address UN

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Of the 34 world leaders set to address the United Nations in New York Tuesday, all eyes are on President Obama and newly elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. U.S. and Iranian leaders have not met in more than three decades. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.