Carrie Kahn

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Ortega Meets Opposition Activists In Nicaragua

Thursday, February 28, 2019

In Nicaragua, there appears to be some movement in the nearly year long political crisis as the government of President Daniel Ortega sat down with opposition activists.

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Trump's Venezuela Moves Follow Long History Of Intervention In Latin America

Friday, February 22, 2019

History suggests that if the U.S. takes too large a role in the South American country's crisis, it could spark a worse backlash than the original issue, experts and former diplomats warn.

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'Roma' Actress Brings Attention To Indigenous Roots In Hometown

Friday, February 22, 2019

Residents in the Mexican hometown of Roma actress Yalitza Aparicio are ecstatic that she was nominated for an Oscar. They're talking openly about the discrimination indigenous people face in Mexico.

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Venezuela's President Maduro Has Surprising Allies In Opposition To U.S. Involvement

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Trump administration's push to oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is joined by other countries in the region. But the long legacy of U.S. intervention in Latin America has people concerned.

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U.S. Trial Of Mexican Drug Lord Attracts Much Attention In Mexico

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman on Tuesday was convicted on all counts by a federal jury in New York. He could go to prison for life. What's the reaction in Mexico?

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Media Groups Say Journalists Are Being Harassed At U.S.-Mexico Border

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

U.S. and Mexican authorities have subjected journalists reporting on migrant caravans to excessive questioning and barred a photographer from re-entering Mexico. U.S. media groups call this harassment.

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Stay Or Go? Ortega's Crackdown Pushes Nicaraguans To Make Hard Choices

Saturday, February 09, 2019

The Central American country has been in turmoil since last April, when President Daniel Ortega launched a brutal crackdown on protesters and other opponents.

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Members Of Nicaragua's Opposition Consider Going Into Exile

Friday, February 01, 2019

As Nicaragua's economy declines and repression increases against the opposition, many people are deciding whether it's time to go. Those who stay are either in hiding or severely restricted.

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Uptick In Butterfly Census Could Be A Fluke, Researchers Caution

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Environmentalists say the number of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico's forests is up dramatically. That's good news after years of drastic decline, but researchers warn it might not last.

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U.S., European Diplomats Urge Nicaragua's President To Speak With Opposition Groups

Friday, January 25, 2019

Top level U.S. and European diplomats are visiting Nicaragua urging its president to return to a national dialogue with opposition groups. The pleas come at a time of crackdown on press and protests.

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In Nicaragua, 2 Prominent Journalists Face Charges Of Terrorism In Attack On Press

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Two journalists imprisoned in Nicaragua will hear the evidence against them in court Friday. The government says they fomented hate while reporting on President Daniel Ortega's crackdown on freedoms.

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Mexico's President Vows To Crack Down On Thieves Stealing Gasoline

Monday, January 21, 2019

Gasoline thefts are rampant in Mexico. One small town, which sits near two major pipelines, lives off the illegal activity, and illustrates the tough road ahead for the government.

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In Mexico, Dozens Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion

Saturday, January 19, 2019

A gasoline pipeline in the Mexican state of Hidalgo exploded Friday evening, killing more than 60 people and leaving many more injured. The pipeline had been illegally tapped by gasoline thieves.

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Theft From Fuel Pipelines Is A Rampant, Deadly Problem In Mexico

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Siphoning fuel off the pipelines powers some towns' entire economies, but has also led to major shortages and price hikes. Friday night it also sparked an explosion that killed dozens of people.

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Mexico's President Fights Gas Crisis, While Mexicans Endure Long Lines With Jokes

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says his crackdown on stolen fuel is working, but long waits in several states persist, distribution bottlenecks continue and new acts of gas theft are reported.

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Long Lines Form At Gas Stations In Mexico Amid Shortages

Friday, January 11, 2019

Mexico is facing gas shortages as its president vows to continue his crackdown on fuel theft. Long lines are forming at stations all over Mexico, as the industry is complaining of crippling shortages.

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In Mexico, Reynosa Has Become An Unintended Home For A Growing Number Of Migrants

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Hundreds of migrants deported to Mexico are sent back through the Reynosa border crossing. It is Mexico's most dangerous border towns and foreign to many of those being sent there.

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How Migrants In Reynosa, Mexico, Are Reacting To Trump's Speech

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

President Trump heads to McAllen, Texas, on Thursday as part of his border wall campaign. Across the border is one of Mexico's most dangerous cities that receives many people deported from the U.S.

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What's The Reaction At The Border To President Trump's Speech?

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

President Trump addressed border security as the partial federal shutdown over his demand for border wall funding drags on. We hear reaction from people in the Mexican border town of Reynosa.

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Nicaraguan Government Cracks Down On Dissenters

Sunday, December 30, 2018

As Nicaragua cracks down on dissenters and journalists, the U.S. has imposed sanctions and the Organization of American States branded Daniel Ortega's leftist government a dictatorship.

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