Carrie Kahn

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Mexican Airlines' Safety Rating Dropped — Which Means Fewer Flights To The U.S.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Regulators say Mexico is not complying with international air safety standards, and have limited Mexican airlines' access to the U.S., just as passenger traffic is picking up from the pandemic.


Ortega Targets Opposition Figures As Nicaraguan Elections Approach

Thursday, May 20, 2021

National police raided the offices of announced challenger Cristiana Chamorro and her brother, a journalist, both children of former President Violeta Chamorro.


U.S. Is Concerned By The Direction President Bukele Is Taking El Salvador

Friday, May 14, 2021

El Salvador's President Niyib Bukele says he was just cleaning out a corrupt house when he removed five supreme court judges and the country's attorney general. The U.S. says it was a power grab.


Citizens Work To Expose COVID's Real Toll In Nicaragua As Leaders Claim Success

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's government insists the country has low numbers of cases and deaths from the pandemic. A grassroots group is working to reveal the true impact is far worse.


Families Of Victims In Mexico Subway Crash To Be Compensated

Monday, May 10, 2021

It's been one week since a section of Mexico City's massive metro system crashed, killing 26 people. Officials say a foreign company has been hired to investigate the fatal collapse.


Rescuers Search For Survivors Of Mexico City Subway Collapse

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

An elevated subway train derailed in Mexico City after a concrete overpass it was crossing collapsed Monday night. There are dozens of casualties.


Critics Say The U.S. Isn't Doing Enough To Help Haiti With Its Deteriorating Security

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Kidnappings and a deadly crime wave is crippling Haiti. Critics say the U.S. isn't doing enough to help the hemisphere's poorest country find a solution for the current crisis.


Mexico's President Has Been Muddying The Country's COVID-19 Vaccine Messaging

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Mexico's president has been zigzagging on whether or not to get a vaccine, muddying a message about the vaccine's effectiveness in the country with the third-highest COVID-19 death rate in the world.


Cuba Without A Castro: The Island's Old Guard Exits The Stage

Friday, April 16, 2021

A generation of Cuban revolutionaries who seized power six decades ago is set to exit the stage, with Raúl Castro saying he will step down as head of the Cuban Communist Party.


Cuba's Raul Castro Prepares To Step Down

Friday, April 16, 2021

Raul Castro is expected to step down as head of Cuba's ruling Communist Party at the party's Congress beginning today. But that doesn't mean Cuba's one-party-system is likely to see any big changes.


Migrants Pass Through Many Unpatrolled Parts Of Mexico-Guatemala Border

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Thousands of desperate Central Americans trying to get to the U.S. for better lives face a treacherous journey. The first 100 miles take them through jungles.


Residents On High Alert After Volcano Eruption On St. Vincent And The Grenadines

Friday, April 09, 2021

A volcano on the main Caribbean island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has erupted hours after increased seismic activity set off a mandatory evacuation of nearby residents.


Migrant Arrests At Southwest Border Soar

Saturday, April 03, 2021

The number of migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border is reaching record numbers. The vast majority are single men, many from Honduras who have walked hundreds of miles.


Tweet For Tweet: El Salvador's President And U.S. Congresswoman Spar Over Migrants

Friday, April 02, 2021

The two politicians have carried on a furious exchange all week over who is responsible for the surge in migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Their debate on Twitter has been less than diplomatic.


In Mexico, The Death Of A Woman At The Hands Of Police Has Caused An Uproar

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

In Mexico, an autopsy indicates a migrant woman's spine was severed by the weight of a police officer kneeling on the her back. The case is drawing comparisons to George Floyd's death.


Some Mexicans Travel To U.S. For COVID Vaccines As Their Country's Rollout Stumbles

Friday, March 26, 2021

Some Mexicans with family ties or dual citizenship in the U.S., or who can afford the airfare, head north of the border to get vaccinated faster than the months of waiting for one back home.


Despite Pandemic Concerns, Tourists Travel To Mexico For Spring Break

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Tourists flocking to Mexico are raising alarm about a potential third wave of the coronavirus. Mexico's economy is heavily dependent on tourists.


Air Travel Is Opening Up Again, But That Doesn't Mean The Pandemic Is Over

Monday, March 22, 2021

As the world emerges in fits and starts from the darkest days of the pandemic, travel is once again becoming possible for more people. Our correspondents talk about their recent experiences.


Some Mexicans Find They Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines In The U.S.

Monday, March 22, 2021

Mexico is having a tough time getting COVID-19 vaccines, and waits are extending into months. Some wealthy and well-connected Mexicans are coming to the U.S. to get their vaccinations.


Biden Aims To Tackle Root Cause Of Migrants Massing At U.S. Border

Thursday, March 18, 2021

The Biden administration wants to work with Central American countries to stem the flow of migration to the U.S., but concerns about corruption means implementing the policies likely won't be smooth.