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| Heather Gies

El Salvador’s disappearing farmers

Salvadoran youth are abandoning the countryside, leaving behind an increasingly aging population of farmers. Cecilia Lopez, 18, carries a bag of fertilizer to her family’s plot of corn in the village of El Milagro [Heather…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Militares al banquillo

La batalla por la justicia en el caso de la masacre más grande de América Latina se lleva a cabo en un pequeño juzgado rural al norte de El Salvador, lejos del interés nacional. Mientras…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: La Masacre Que No Pudieron Borrar

El Salvador En diciembre de 1981, el ejército salvadoreño asesinó a más de mil personas en el caserío El Mozote y comunidades aledañas, al norte del país. Eran los primeros años de la guerra y…

| Eléonore Hamelin

People Talk About What It’s Like Living On The US–Mexico Border Now

“The more violence we experience, the more deportees they send.” Growing up, I’ve bounced from one continent to another. I’ve traveled to 40 countries and settled in a few of them, including Mexico and the US.…

| Heather Gies

Battle for Water Rights Heats Up in El Salvador

Activists demonstrate against water privatization outside the Legislative Assembly after marching from the University of El Salvador, San Salvador, July 5, 2018. Sandra Valladares scrapes together a living, washing windshields in the streets of El…

| Danielle Mackey

Seeking Justice at All Costs, from Colombia to Central America

A BRICK WALL, the first layer of the barrier, encircles most of a city block on an unassuming street in Guatemala City. On the other side is a checkpoint with metal detectors like airport security.…

| Emily Green

No, Family Separation Did Not Deter Migrants from Coming to the U.S.

In this Monday, June 25, 2018 file photo, a mother migrating from Honduras holds her 1-year-old child as surrendering to U.S. Border Patrol agents after illegally crossing the border, near McAllen ( AP Photo/David J.…

| Emily Green, Alicia Vera

Despite Trump’s Asylum Crackdown, Migrants Fleeing Violence in El Salvador Still Plan for the U.S.

“IT’S PEACEFUL WHERE I live,” said 21-year-old Iris Tobar Rodríguez of her hometown Jutiapa, an isolated rural area in El Salvador, where her family resides on a dirt road inaccessible to cars. She paused. “Except two days…

| Eléonore Hamelin, Laura Morel

Cubans build lives in Mexican border town while still dreaming of America

Eléonore Hamelin | Special to the Times Lourdes Lisett De La Torre was trying to get to Houston, where her daughter live, but she says she didn’t want to be denied asylum in the United…