Carrie Kahn

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12-Year-Old Crashes In Joyride In Mexico, Killing 5 Children

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The boy was driving more than 90 miles an hour in a car packed with nine other children. The case has drawn criticism of the boy's parents and a law that let's him go free while awaiting trial.

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A Town In Mexico Sees Guitar Sales Soar Thanks To The Movie 'Coco'

Friday, February 16, 2018

The town of Paracho is celebrating after its onetime resident helped design the guitar featured in the hit Disney-Pixar movie, and now it can't keep up with orders for the instrument.

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Blood Avocados No More: Mexican Farm Town Says It's Kicked Out Cartels

Friday, February 02, 2018

Americans will mash up and scarf down millions of the fruits in one day — Super Bowl Sunday. According to authorities in Mexico, at least one town grows what you might call "conflict-free avocados."

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Child Protection Groups Cry Foul After Campaign Video In Mexico Features Indigenous Boy

Thursday, January 25, 2018

The political video of a young boy singing for a leftist party has gone viral in Mexico and is raising questions about the exploitation of indigenous groups.

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U.S. Decision Could Mean Protected Salvadorans Would Be Deported

Monday, January 08, 2018

The Trump administration plans to decide the fate of some 200,000 Salvadorans on Temporary Protected Status, which if revoked would deport them and others back to countries hit by violent crime.

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Thousands Of Hondurans May Be Forced To Leave The U.S.

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

The Department of Homeland Security renewed their Temporary Protective Status or TPS until July, but it doesn't look like the Trump administration will grant any more extensions.

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Mexican Peso Falls To Its Lowest Level Since March

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Mexican consumers are feeling the pinch as the national currency continues to struggle against the dollar. Worries over the U.S. corporate tax cut seem to have dealt the latest blow to the currency.

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Fujimori Pardoned After Peru's President Survives Impeachment Vote

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Former President Alberto Fujimori thanked his countrymen and the Peruvian president for his humanitarian pardon, which has sparked days of massive protests throughout the South American country.

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Mexican Crime Reporter, Gumaro Perez Aguilando, Shot To Death

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Twelve journalists have been murdered in Mexico this year, the latest Tuesday while at his 6-year-old son's school Christmas pageant. We explore why Mexico is such a dangerous place for journalists.

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In Honduras, Protests Erupt In Wake Of Presidential Election Results

Monday, December 18, 2017

In Honduras, police fire tear gas at protesters angered that incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been reelected. The Organization of American States calls for a new vote.

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After Disputed Vote, Honduran Court Rules For Incumbent President

Monday, December 18, 2017

President Juan Orlando Hernandez was declared the winner of the country's disputed election after three weeks of uncertainty and unrest. The Organization of American States called for fresh elections.

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Haitians Are Turning Plastic Waste Into Valuable Fabric

Friday, December 15, 2017

Environmentalists haul illegal fishing nets in the ocean, while poor Haitians collect discarded plastic bottles of the streets of their country. All the waste is then turned into fabric and later into high end shoes and backpacks — a new trend in recycling.

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Still No Clear Winner In Honduras Election

Monday, December 11, 2017

Weeks after Hondurans voted for president, there still isn't a clear winner. The opposition claims the government is trying to steal the vote for incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

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News Brief: Outlook For Alabama, California Fires, Honduras Election

Monday, December 11, 2017

As voters in Alabama prepare to elect a new senator, we look at the potential consequences. Also, an update on fires in California and the contested election in Honduras.

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Protesters In Honduras Defiant After Disputed Presidential Election

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

In Honduras, protesters defied a dusk to dawn curfew to take to the streets and make noise in anger over the nation's disputed presidential election. Irregularities have sown widespread distrust in unofficial results that show the incumbent president with a slim lead. The opposition is calling for a recount.

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Haitian President Says Infamous National Army Should Be Reinstated As U.N. Leaves

Monday, November 13, 2017

The Haitian police must now take over the duties of securing the nation now that U.N. peacekeepers have left. And Haiti's President says the United Nations' withdrawal is a perfect time to reinstate the once infamous national army a move that has sparked concerns.

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U.N. Peacekeepers Withdraw From Haiti, After 13 Years There

Monday, November 13, 2017

Brought in to restore peace and stabilize the western hemisphere's poorest nation, the U.N. force, which at its height had more than 7,000 troops, has left a mixed and sometimes deadly legacy.

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Former U.S. Ambassador To Costa Rica Dances With The Stars

Friday, November 10, 2017

When the U.S. ambassador to Costa Rica was asked what he would do after Trump asked for his resignation, he joked that maybe he would go on Dancing with the Stars. That's just where he has landed.

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Trump Administration Announces The End To Protected Status For Nicaraguans

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

The Trump administration is ending Temporary Protected Status for thousands of Nicaraguans who were given safe haven following devastating natural disasters decades ago. The administration is expected to end similar programs for other Central American countries and the Caribbean.

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Trump To Decide Fate Of 50,000 Haitians Living In U.S. With Protected Status

Sunday, November 05, 2017

Haitians are facing several challenges as UN Peacekeepers withdraw from the island after a 13-year mission. President Trump is set to announce an end to protective status for some 50,000 Haitians living in the U.S. NPR's Carrie Kahn just returned from Haiti where she sat down with the Caribbean nation's new president.

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