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| Tyche Hendricks

In Tijuana, Police Grapple With World’s Worst Homicide Rate

To listen to the full audio version of this story, please visit KWED.  State and local police investigate a murder in Tijuana on March 10, 2019. Drug gang rivalries led to more than 2.500 homicides…

| Haley Joelle Ott

Hunting for hidden graves in Mexico

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Hunting-for-hidden-graves-in-Mexico-CBS-News.mp4 MEXICO — Families of Mexico’s missing are searching for hidden mass graves as escalating cartel violence puts the country on track to see both its highest murder rate and highest rate of disappearances since…

| Martha Nelle Pskowski

As Palm Plantations Grab Land, Mayan Women Organize

“Before we didn’t have land, we lived on a hacienda,” says Celia, an Indigenous Guatemalan woman with deep creases folded into her expressive face. “So, we came here to Petén.” Celia settled in Petén during her…

| Una Hajdari

Populism: a case-by-case study

MIT Starr Forum panel discusses extreme forms of populism that have endangered basic civil liberties and spawned intolerant rhetoric. In a recent Starr Forum, Sana Aiyar, an associate professor of history at MIT, explored ways…

| Cristina Baussan, Anna Clare Spelman

14 dólares por 12 horas de trabajo: detrás de cada banana de Honduras hay un campesino mal pagado

Chiquita, el principal exportador de bananas desde Honduras a Estados Unidos, enfrenta acusaciones de explotación laboral. Sus empleados se quejan de los bajos sueldos y las condiciones riesgosas de trabajo. LA LIMA, Honduras.- Antes del amanecer,…

| Heather Gies

The kids aren’t alright — when being young is a crime in El Salvador

Daniel Alemán, 23, walked free after spending over a year behind bars on trumped-up extortion charges in El Salvador. Others are not so lucky. Credit: Victor Peña/The World When Daniel Alemán walked free after spending…

| Emily Kinskey

These Stories Tell The Harsh Realities Of Working In An Overseas Factory

“Every time you buy one of these shirts, please think about it, you are buying a piece of the life of the woman who made it.” Text by Gabriel H. Sanchez, BuzzFeed News Photo Essay Editor…

| Jane Hahn, Heather Gies

Once lush, El Salvador is dangerously close to running dry

The country’s shrinking water supply is in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services, and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. BY HEATHER GIES PHOTOGRAPHS BY JANE HAHN SAN SALVADOR – As the sun comes up through a thick…

| Martha Nelle Pskowski

How Outdated Cars Live On in a Smoggy Afterlife

When richer countries tighten vehicle emissions standards, pollution is exported to the global south Image credit: Federica Fragapane El Trébol, “The Clover,” is a tangle of highways and roundabouts in Guatemala City, where traffic grinds to a halt…