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The most stunning pictures of last week from Latin America

Updated : May 19, 2019 08:37 AM IST

This photo gallery highlights some of the top news images made by Associated Press photographers in Latin America that were published in the past week.

An aerial view of the Mega 12 police and military base in Peru's Tambopata province. Peru's government launched early this year an operation called
An aerial view of the Mega 12 police and military base in Peru's Tambopata province. Peru's government launched early this year an operation called "Operation Mercury", in which policemen and military troops built makeshift bases inside the Amazon jungle to chase away thousands of illegal miners who deforested the tropical forests in search for gold. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Tinted blood red by a thick cloud of smoke and pollution, the sun sets on the mountains above Mexico City. Mexico City's government has warned residents to remain indoors as forest and brush fires carpeted the metropolis in a smoky haze that has alarmed even many of those accustomed to living with air pollution. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Tinted blood red by a thick cloud of smoke and pollution, the sun sets on the mountains above Mexico City. Mexico City's government has warned residents to remain indoors as forest and brush fires carpeted the metropolis in a smoky haze that has alarmed even many of those accustomed to living with air pollution. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Cuban police detain a gay rights activist taking part in an unauthorized march in Havana, Cuba. The march was organized largely using Cuba's new mobile internet, with gay-rights activists and groups of friends calling for a march over Facebook and WhatsApp after the government-run gay rights organization cancelled a Saturday march. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Cuban police detain a gay rights activist taking part in an unauthorized march in Havana, Cuba. The march was organized largely using Cuba's new mobile internet, with gay-rights activists and groups of friends calling for a march over Facebook and WhatsApp after the government-run gay rights organization cancelled a Saturday march. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
A group of migrants are boated across the Chucunaque river as they arrive in Peñitas, Darien Province, Panama. Darien's rivers can rise suddenly and furiously, and in recent weeks at least 10 migrants were reportedly swept to their deaths. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
A group of migrants are boated across the Chucunaque river as they arrive in Peñitas, Darien Province, Panama. Darien's rivers can rise suddenly and furiously, and in recent weeks at least 10 migrants were reportedly swept to their deaths. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
A firefighter extinguishes a burning bus that was torched during a nation-wide education strike, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There were confrontations in Rio de Janeiro toward the end of the protests, but violent activists were quickly driven off by police using tear gas. The bus was set on fire in the city centre but it was not immediately clear who was responsible. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)
A firefighter extinguishes a burning bus that was torched during a nation-wide education strike, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There were confrontations in Rio de Janeiro toward the end of the protests, but violent activists were quickly driven off by police using tear gas. The bus was set on fire in the city centre but it was not immediately clear who was responsible. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)
Cruz Azul's Victor Yotun lies on the field after his team lost 1-0 to America at a Mexico soccer league match in Mexico City. Cruz Azul was eliminated and America will advance to the semifinals. (AP Photo/Christian Palma)
Cruz Azul's Victor Yotun lies on the field after his team lost 1-0 to America at a Mexico soccer league match in Mexico City. Cruz Azul was eliminated and America will advance to the semifinals. (AP Photo/Christian Palma)
Demonstrators protest against a massive cut in the education budget imposed by the administration of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Federal education officials this month announced budget cuts of $1.85 billion for public education, part of a wider government effort to slash spending. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Demonstrators protest against a massive cut in the education budget imposed by the administration of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Federal education officials this month announced budget cuts of $1.85 billion for public education, part of a wider government effort to slash spending. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Irene Vaamondez, right, dances with a neighbour as musicians play live music at a public plaza where neighbours socialize in Caracas, Venezuela, at sunset. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Irene Vaamondez, right, dances with a neighbour as musicians play live music at a public plaza where neighbours socialize in Caracas, Venezuela, at sunset. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Children climb a wall to leave their home to go church for a catechism class, as a man drives a horse cart to collect domestic trash, at the Tacumbu neighbourhood in Asuncion, Paraguay. The Paraguay River's normal stage is 4 meters (13 feet), but it has reached 6.75 meters (22 feet) in the capital due to unusually heavy rains since March. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
Children climb a wall to leave their home to go church for a catechism class, as a man drives a horse cart to collect domestic trash, at the Tacumbu neighbourhood in Asuncion, Paraguay. The Paraguay River's normal stage is 4 meters (13 feet), but it has reached 6.75 meters (22 feet) in the capital due to unusually heavy rains since March. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
Arelys Pulido holds her two-month-old daughter Zuleidys Antonella Primera after she had her feet prints taken for her birth certificate at the Erazmo Meoz hospital in Cucuta, on Colombia's border with Venezuela. Colombia's government grants newborns like Zuleidys Antonella Primera, born of illegal Venezuelan migrants, full health care during the first year of life and allows them to enrol in school, but experts on statelessness fear that if Venezuela's crisis drags on for years, they could approach adulthood without key rights such as the ability to travel legally, buy property or get married. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
Arelys Pulido holds her two-month-old daughter Zuleidys Antonella Primera after she had her feet prints taken for her birth certificate at the Erazmo Meoz hospital in Cucuta, on Colombia's border with Venezuela. Colombia's government grants newborns like Zuleidys Antonella Primera, born of illegal Venezuelan migrants, full health care during the first year of life and allows them to enrol in school, but experts on statelessness fear that if Venezuela's crisis drags on for years, they could approach adulthood without key rights such as the ability to travel legally, buy property or get married. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
A man prepares to throw a handful of dirt into a bucket after scooping it from the bottom of the polluted Guaire River, which runs through Caracas, Venezuela. Thousands of people, called
A man prepares to throw a handful of dirt into a bucket after scooping it from the bottom of the polluted Guaire River, which runs through Caracas, Venezuela. Thousands of people, called "Garimpeiros," look for scraps of copper, gold or silver carried by the river, that they can sell to make a living in this South American country that is in the midst of a severe economic and political crisis. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Police officers talk with family from their remote outpost outside the Balata military and police base in Peru's Tambopata province. The base, once an illegal gold mining camp, is occupied by
Police officers talk with family from their remote outpost outside the Balata military and police base in Peru's Tambopata province. The base, once an illegal gold mining camp, is occupied by "Operation Mercury" security forces and is surrounded by two lakes contaminated with mercury, as well as debris left over by miners. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
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