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| Amanda Ottaway, Meghan Dhaliwal

As US tightens stance on migrants and refugees, is Mexico prepared to take more?

-It took more than a year, thousands of miles of travel, and a medical exam by a pair of volunteer midwives in the back of a car for C., a Honduran migrant in Mexico, to…

| Ryan Brown

Canvas cities: Does the world need a new model for refugee camps?

-To find the movie theater in this sprawling camp for people fleeing war, take a right at the main gate, past the knot of police in full riot gear stealing bored glances at their cellphones.…

| Ryan Brown

The fantasy photo booth: in South Sudan, using pictures as ‘vacation’ from war

-A general in camo posing sternly in front of a pink and blue beach sunset. A small boy holding a mariachi guitar in the yard of an angular McMansion. Two teenage girls giggling as they…

| Ryan Brown

In South Sudan’s capital, a bridge — and a nation– on hold

-On its face, the plan was simple. South Sudan’s largest city needed a new bridge, and a Japanese aid agency was going to build one. It was 2012 when the announcement was made, and the…

| Milli Legrain

God vs. gang? For some ex-gangsters in El Salvador, rehab happens at church

-Wilfredo sits on a plastic chair inside Eben Ezer church, nestled in a gang-controlled neighborhood of El Salvador’s capital. It’s not hard to see why he’s a leader at the church: charismatic, completely bilingual, and…

| Ryan Brown

In Juba’s only post office, ghosts of a young country’s hopes for ‘normal’

The abandoned letters slump in piles on the floor and spill out of over-full post boxes. There are airmailed envelopes addressed in Chinese and American absentee ballots from the 2008 presidential election, a dozen postcards…

| Catarina Fernandes Martins, Nadège Mazars

Street vendors’ ‘bargain’ theater shines spotlight on violence against women

-The first sessions in the theatre workshop produced a feeling of restlessness in Magdalena Henríquez. The teacher asked the students to stir up painful memories about growing up female and poor in El Salvador. When…

| Kristen Chick

To fight domestic violence among Syrian refugees, an outreach to men

Domestic violence is reported to have risen sharply among Syrians forced to flee their homeland. While many aid programs target women, some groups in Lebanon are putting new focus on men, hoping to address the problem…

| Whitney Eulich

Tijuana looks inward, not northward, to spark cultural revival

Caesar’s restaurant, housed in a historic building on the main Avenida Revolución here, is bustling on a recent Wednesday night. Outdoor seating is at capacity, a small scrum of diners vie for the hostess’ attention…