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  • Detained by a Dictator: the inside story of the Ramos-Maduro interview
    Detained by a Dictator: the inside story of the Ramos-Maduro interview

    Detained by a Dictator: the inside story of the Ramos-Maduro interview

    The inside story of how Jorge Ramos and his team were granted an interview with Nicolás Maduro, and how the Venezuelan leader walked out of the interview, confiscated their equipment, detained them for more than two hours and later forced them to leave the country.
  • Migos abruptly walks out of Dana Cortez interview
    Migos abruptly walks out of Dana Cortez interview

    Migos abruptly walks out of Dana Cortez interview

    This was the first interview Migos did after the news of Offset and Cardi B's engagement
  • “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell
    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    “They’re taking it out on me”: Jesús Ávila's desperate words in an ICE isolation cell

    This Mexican just turned 35 years old in a solitary confinement cell at an immigration processing center in New Mexico’s Otero County. His testimony is part of “Solitary Voices,” a project that exposes punishment practices in these centers. According to them, there were more than 8,000 cases like Ávila’s between 2012 and 2017.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’
    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    Putin’s Venezuela gamble to ‘Make Russia Great Again’

    While the United States wants to get Russia out of Venezuela to safeguard its 'backyard' and restore democracy, Putin is protecting Russia's oil interests while seeking to project Russia as a global superpower. Is there room for agreement?
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    David C Adams
  • Univision team detained, equipment seized, during interview with Maduro
    Univision team detained, equipment seized, during interview with Maduro

    Univision team detained, equipment seized, during interview with Maduro

    Six journalists from Univision News were detained while interviewing Nicolás Maduro at the Miraflores Palace in Venezuela and their equipment confiscated. They were later released but their equipmeent, including phones was not returned.
  • Ramos on Maduro: "One of my best interviews that no-one will ever see"
    Ramos on Maduro: "One of my best interviews that no-one will ever see"

    Ramos on Maduro: "One of my best interviews that no-one will ever see"

    Ramos could tell immediately that Maduro "felt really uncomfortable, with me in the presidential palace calling him a dictator."
  • Children as passports, the phenomenon behind the humanitarian crisis on the border
    Children as passports, the phenomenon behind the humanitarian crisis on the border

    Children as passports, the phenomenon behind the humanitarian crisis on the border

    In a time of “zero tolerance,” arriving at the US border with a child in tow has become the best means of entry for tens of thousands of Central American migrants. While President Trump tries by any and all means to close the border to those desperately fleeing their country because of violence and lack of opportunities, the border area is overwhelmed by the massive arrival of families. Civic and religious groups are trying to handle the humanitarian emergency.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards
    A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards

    A flashback to the 2019 GRAMMY Awards

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  • "I want to go with my daddy!" How the cries of a six-year-old girl quickened her reunification with parents in Guatemala
    "I want to go with my daddy!" How the cries of a six-year-old girl quickened her reunification with parents in Guatemala

    "I want to go with my daddy!" How the cries of a six-year-old girl quickened her reunification with parents in Guatemala

    Yanci Chávez was one of the more than 2,500 children separated from her parents at the border because of the “zero tolerance” policy. Her father was deported to Guatemala and she was sent to a center for undocumented minors in Michigan. After three months there, begging to be reunited with her parents, she's almost home.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • The three Mexicos
    The three Mexicos

    The three Mexicos

    A recent visit served as a welcome reminder of how "Mexico is truly a rich country," from the Guadalajara book fair to the migrant caravan in Tijuana to the presidential residence of Los Pinos in Mexico City.
    Jorge Ramos
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