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A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at 'Caleta Infiernillo', a small fishing Featured Latin America Print

A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing

A cat is pictured near unused fishing boats at "Caleta Infiernillo", a small fishing bay near Concepcion city, some 500 km (311 miles) south of Santiago, April 25, 2013. A rapidly declining stock of sardines and anchovies for the first time in 30 years due to overfishing and climate change has threatened livelihoods in the local artisanal fishing industry, affecting more than 6,000 people. Authorities are seeking ways to help fishing unions in the Bio Bio region tide over their losses this year, which have amounted to about $12 billion pesos ($25.5 million), according to local media. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT) - GM1E94R0G8B01

An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near Novo Featured Latin America Print

An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near Novo

An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, September 24, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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A worker is seen inside the Cuncas II tunnel near Mauriti Featured Latin America Print

A worker is seen inside the Cuncas II tunnel near Mauriti

A worker is seen inside the Cuncas II tunnel that will link the canals being built to divert water from the Sao Francisco river for use in four drought-plagued states, a project that is three years behind schedule and has doubled in cost from the original estimate of $3.4 billion, near the city of Mauriti, Ceara state, January 28, 2014. In 2006, then President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva, pushed through an idea that long-suffering residents of the region had been hearing about for more than a century. By 2010, Lula de Silva said, water would be pumped over hills and into a 477 kilometer-long network of canals, aqueducts and reservoirs to quench thirsty cities and farms in four states. Eight years later, and near the end of a first term for Lula's hand-picked successor as president, Dilma Rousseff, the project is only half built. Picture taken January 28, 2014. To match Feature BRAZIL-DROUGHT/CANAL
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