Carrie Kahn

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Death Of Mexican Girl Spotlights Epidemic Of Crimes Against Women And Children

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The death of a 7-year-old girl has fueled outrage over the perils of being female in Mexico, where there is a high rate of crimes against women.

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Number Of Mexicans Apprehended At The Border Is Up, U.S. Officials Say

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Mexicans fleeing what they call unprecedented violence say the U.S. is rushing to send them back to Mexico without granting them due process to present their asylum claims.

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Mexico's President May Raffle Off Official Plane — And Mexicans Find It Hilarious

Saturday, February 01, 2020

If you're in the market for a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, look no further: Mexico's leader has just the plane for you, and he's apparently struggling to find a buyer.

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Under U.S. Pressure, Mexico Attempts To Curb Migration Through Its Borders

Friday, January 31, 2020

Pressured by the Trump administration, the Mexican government is moving to curb migration through its territory into the United States.

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Mexico's President Will Raffle Off His Presidential Plane

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been trying to unload his presidential plane, preferring to make a show of flying commercial. With no takers, he'll now raffle it off.

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Migrants In Mexico Face Crackdown, But Officials Say They're Being 'Rescued'

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Much of Mexico's official language regarding migration remains euphemistic, critics say, even as migration policies have grown harsher. More than 2,000 Central Americans have been deported this month.

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Caribbean, But No Reports Of Injuries Or Damage

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The 7.7 magnitude temblor struck off the coasts of Jamaica, Cuba and the Cayman Islands. Social media was flooded with photos and video from people documenting the event.

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Mexico's March For Peace Honors Victims Of Violence

Monday, January 27, 2020

Hundreds of crime victims took to the streets in Mexico Sunday demanding the government find their missing relatives and stop the violence. Last year was the most murderous in Mexico's recent history.

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Well-Know Mexican Advocate For The Monarch Butterfly Has Disappeared

Friday, January 24, 2020

The manager of a monarch butterfly sanctuary in Mexico is missing, and authorities suspect foul play. There is concern that his conservation efforts got in the way of criminal gangs.

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Haiti Commemorates 10 Years Since Massive Deadly Earthquake

Monday, January 13, 2020

Haitians spent the 10th anniversary of the 7.0 earthquake remembering the more than 100,000 people who were killed. Amid the solemn services, there were calls for political unity.

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Haiti Mourns 10 Years Of Earthquake Aftermath

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Sunday marks 10 years since a massive earthquake killed at least 100,000 Haitians. As they mark the anniversary, they mourn not only their dead but a lost decade of opportunities.

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A 'Lost Decade': Haiti Still Struggles To Recover 10 Years After Massive Earthquake

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Billions of dollars poured into Haiti after the 2010 earthquake, giving the economy a boost. But reconstruction hasn't lived up to what was promised and Haitians tell NPR they feel forgotten.

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Where Haiti Stands 10 Years After A Crippling Earthquake

Friday, January 10, 2020

Ten years ago, an earthquake killed as many as 200,000 Haitians and displaced more than a million. Survivors, officials and economists say much of the international aid that poured in has been wasted.

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Anti-Government Protesters In Haiti Vow To Resume Demonstrations In 2020

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

The U.N. and Vatican have tried to broker talks between Haiti's president and the opposition. Protesters are on holiday break, but promise to go back onto the streets on New Year's Day.

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Vanilla Struggles To Survive In Mexico

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Vanilla, which has grown and exported to the world for centuries, may not be produced in Mexico much longer. Violence and robberies are the latest threat to this very profitable crop.

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In Haiti, Local Artists Spread The Christmas Spirit During Lull In Protests

Monday, December 23, 2019

A lull in the demonstrations that have rocked Haiti for the last several months has given residents a break from the violence and a chance to get into the Christmas spirit — especially artists.

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Haiti Gets A Respite From Months Of Anti-Government Protests

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

A security vacuum, anger over corruption, protests against the Haitian government, and an economic downturn have left the country struggling. Critics say the president should resign.

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U.S., Mexico And Canada Sign Updated Trade Deal

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

The agreement signed Tuesday in Mexico City revises the old pact with stronger labor and environmental provisions, especially when it comes to Mexican worker rights.

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How Netflix Is Upending The TV Industry In Mexico

Monday, December 02, 2019

Netflix has a big production push in Mexico. In 2020, the online streaming network says it will spend $200 million on in-country production, part of its growing international expansion strategy.

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Relatives Of Mexicans Killed In El Paso Shooting Are Suing Walmart

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Mexico is helping victims of the August mass shooting at an El Paso Walmart sue the corporation for security lapses. Mexico's foreign ministry says the suit is seeking greater security measures.

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