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The most stunning pictures of last week from Latin America

Updated : 2019-07-28 14:21:26

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló announced he was leaving office after two weeks of raucous street protests fed by anger over government corruption and mismanagement. Another image shows migrants being returned to Mexico by the US.

Youths race into the mouth of a river to cool off, on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba. Each summer thousands of Cubans leave the big city and head to the coast and the countryside with their families and pets to find respite from the heat, and for a time put aside the tensions generated by the shortages of food and medicine that once again have become a serious daily problem for millions of Cubans. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Youths race into the mouth of a river to cool off, on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba. Each summer thousands of Cubans leave the big city and head to the coast and the countryside with their families and pets to find respite from the heat, and for a time put aside the tensions generated by the shortages of food and medicine that once again have become a serious daily problem for millions of Cubans. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Revellers take part in the annual Gay Pride parade in Guatemala City's historic centre. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
Revellers take part in the annual Gay Pride parade in Guatemala City's historic centre. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
Brazil Atletico Paranaense fans cheer during the match against Argentina's Boca Juniors, in a Copa Libertadores round of sixteen soccer match in Curitiba, Brazil. (AP Photo/Giuliano Gomes)
Brazil Atletico Paranaense fans cheer during the match against Argentina's Boca Juniors, in a Copa Libertadores round of sixteen soccer match in Curitiba, Brazil. (AP Photo/Giuliano Gomes)
People celebrate after Governor Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning August 2 after weeks of protests over leaked obscene, misogynistic online chats, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
People celebrate after Governor Ricardo Rossello announced that he is resigning August 2 after weeks of protests over leaked obscene, misogynistic online chats, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
Nicole Diaz wears special effects make-up with Hurricane Maria's death toll number written on her forehead, while protesting against Governor Ricardo Rossello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
Nicole Diaz wears special effects make-up with Hurricane Maria's death toll number written on her forehead, while protesting against Governor Ricardo Rossello, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
A Honduran migrant mother and her 7-month-old child stand in line to board a bus that will take them and other migrants to Monterrey, from an immigration centre in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The migrants have been returned by authorities from the US and are bused to the Mexican city of Monterrey under their own recognizance. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
A Honduran migrant mother and her 7-month-old child stand in line to board a bus that will take them and other migrants to Monterrey, from an immigration centre in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The migrants have been returned by authorities from the US and are bused to the Mexican city of Monterrey under their own recognizance. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
A migrant child and his father stay together after being bused by Mexican migration authorities from Nuevo Laredo to Monterrey, Mexico. Unlike asylum seekers who wait in line, often for months, to file claims in the US and then return to the Mexican border cities where they were before, all those taken to Monterrey who spoke with AP said they had crossed illegally and spent several days in US detention centres before being returned with a court date. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
A migrant child and his father stay together after being bused by Mexican migration authorities from Nuevo Laredo to Monterrey, Mexico. Unlike asylum seekers who wait in line, often for months, to file claims in the US and then return to the Mexican border cities where they were before, all those taken to Monterrey who spoke with AP said they had crossed illegally and spent several days in US detention centres before being returned with a court date. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
A boy looks at jewellery that will be auctioned at the Los Pinos Cultural Center, once the presidential residence, in Mexico City. The Institute to Return the Stolen to the People, the new name for a branch of the Finance Ministry charged with selling property seized from purported drug dealers and tax cheats, as well as government goods that are no longer in use, will hold the auction on Sunday. (AP Photo/Cristina Baussan)
A boy looks at jewellery that will be auctioned at the Los Pinos Cultural Center, once the presidential residence, in Mexico City. The Institute to Return the Stolen to the People, the new name for a branch of the Finance Ministry charged with selling property seized from purported drug dealers and tax cheats, as well as government goods that are no longer in use, will hold the auction on Sunday. (AP Photo/Cristina Baussan)
Marcelo Montiel, who works as a barber, poses for a portrait wearing his feathered costume during a Mass in honour of St. Francis Solano, in Emboscada, Paraguay. Montiel is paying a promise to the saint for his prompt recovery from an illness. Hundreds of Catholic parishioners wear the bird-like costumes and parade down the streets to honour the 16th-century saint said to possess miraculous powers. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
Marcelo Montiel, who works as a barber, poses for a portrait wearing his feathered costume during a Mass in honour of St. Francis Solano, in Emboscada, Paraguay. Montiel is paying a promise to the saint for his prompt recovery from an illness. Hundreds of Catholic parishioners wear the bird-like costumes and parade down the streets to honour the 16th-century saint said to possess miraculous powers. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
Locals listen on a smartphone to the pre-recorded message by Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello announcing that he is resigning August 2 after weeks of protests over leaked obscene, misogynistic online chats, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo)
Locals listen on a smartphone to the pre-recorded message by Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello announcing that he is resigning August 2 after weeks of protests over leaked obscene, misogynistic online chats, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo/Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo)
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