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| Sarah Barrett

Colombia’s LGBT community may not be benefiting fully from reparations system

Quibdó, the capital of the rural department of Chocó, in Colombia, has the highest number of internally displaced people from the violence of the country’s long civil war. – Sarah Barrett  When Aura Hinestroza talks…

| Catarina Fernandes Martins

How a Salvadoran theater is giving women a second chance at life

Wendy Hernández, right, from La Cachada Teatro, with her daughter Gabi in San Salvador. – Deepa Fernandes It’s a Thursday evening at a theater in El Salvador’s capital, San Salvador. As the performers of La…

| Kimberly Adams

Policing both sides of the border in Nogales

  Mexican police officer Romero Garcia (foreground). – Kimberly Adams/Marketplace President Donald Trump likes to point out how his real estate projects, including the Trump hotel near the White House, typically come in early and…

| Kimberly Adams

Mexican workers warily follow Trump policies

Men work in a Ford car factory in Villa de Reyes, near San Luis Potosi, Mexico, on Jan. 11. – PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images American companies with international operations are under pressure from activists and some…

| Kimberly Adams

Both sides of the border weigh in on Trump’s security plans

Near Naco, Arizona sections of the border fence are being replaced with taller, stronger barriers as part of an initiative that been in the works for several years. – Kimberly Adams/Marketplace Multiple media outlets are…

| Kimberly Adams

Trump’s executive orders to build a wall between the U.S and Mexico

View of the border fence between Mexico and US taken from Mexico’s side on January 25, 2017, in Tijuana, northwestern Mexico. – GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images Another day, another couple of executive actions at the White…

| Kimberly Adams

On the Mexican border, little interest in inauguration

The turnoff road for the United States outside the canteen run by BorderLinks just across the US-Mexico border in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico on October 11, 2016. – FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images President Donald Trump used…

| Kimberly Adams

Mother (now Saint) Teresa was a terrible patient

Dr. Patricia Aubanel Riedel was one of Mother Teresa’s doctors during the last years of her life and now works at hospital that bears her name. – Kimberly Adams/Marketplace Over the weekend, Pope Francis canonized…

| Kimberly Adams

Border communities seek economic integration

A mural adorns the U.S.-Mexico border fence, as seen from Tijuana, Mexico. – John Moore/Getty Images Republican nominee Donald Trump continues to add details to his policy proposals, but one thing has stayed consistent –…