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| Tamara Merino, Luján Agusti

Scenes From a Migration Crisis—On Both Sides of the Border

Vanessa (name changed for safety) found refuge and safety at a domestic violence shelter in Laredo, Texas, after her boyfriend threatened her with deportation. “They could deport me without my daughters, because [my daughters] are…

| Sarah Kinosian

All I hear is my daughter, crying’: a Salvadoran father’s plight after separation at border

Arnovis Guidos Portillo was deported from US but his six-year-old daughter remains in custody “Papa, when are you getting me out of here?” asks the small voice on the telephone. Arnovis Guidos Portillo holds his…

| Heather Geis

‘Our country is not a safe place’: why Salvadorans will still head for the US

Poverty and gang violence are driving an exodus, regardless of US asylum reforms Outside the migrants’ attention centre in San Salvador, 19-year-old Berenice Cruz’s eyes dart around nervously before she whispers that she had fled El…

| Eléonore Hamelin

Where football is the ultimate escape: Watching the World Cup as a migrant

Veronica and her daughter endured great hardship to be able to watch a World Cup game in peace. But it’s only a brief respite on a journey full of uncertainty.

| Danielle Villasana, Danielle Mackey

Deported Into a Nightmare

Pablo, left, and Edwin, right, have been best friends since elementary school and live a few houses down from each other in La Rivera Hernandez, a neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. (Danielle Villasana) SAN…

| Smita Sharma

‘Nobody Remembers Us’: The Widows of Murdered Men in Guatemala

Men are killed on the streets of Guatemala City in broad daylight, yet the women left behind are silently suffering. In one of the most violent countries in Latin America, ELLE speaks to three widows…

| Emily Green

El Salvador Pressures U.S. To Reunite Migrant Families

Migrants deported back to their Central American homelands sometimes are forced to leave without their children. El Salvador now says it won’t allow the U.S. to return deportees until they have been reunited with their…

| Eléonore Hamelin, Laura Morel

At a Mexican shelter, migrants who fled death threats prepare for ‘zero tolerance’ at the border

PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Mexico — In Honduras, their lives were surrounded by death. Lourdes Cruz had just started a new job when the maras, the deadly gangs plaguing Central America, demanded half of her paycheck. She quit…

| Clare Fieseler

The women behind your supermarket’s sustainable food

Women work in a tilapia processing plant. (photos by Clare Fieseler for The Lily) A small fish native to Nile River is now served daily around the world. A drone shot of Lago de Yojoa,…