Cuban entrepreneurs quietly create dozens of 3D video salons, seizing on ambiguities in licensing laws to transform cafes and children's entertainment parlors into a new breed of private business unforeseen by official openings in the communist economy. Argentina's Supreme Court rules on a controversial media law, sending the supporters of the Argentine president into the streets in celebration. Latin Americans prepare to honor their departed loved ones with traditional Dead of the Dead observances as the American holiday of Halloween starts to fuse with the pre-Columbian celebration. And Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announces that an indigenous teacher who rights groups insist has been unjustly imprisoned for 13 years will be the first person he pardons under a change in Mexico's penal code.
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