Venezuela’s Economic Lifeline

Feature Ever since Venezuela temporarily reopened six border crossings with Colombia in August 2016, more than 1,000 Venezuelans a day have been streaming into the northern border city of Maicao as an economic lifeline. This interview was published by USA Today on August 29, 2016.
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Argentina Still Sets the Heart – and Engine – Racing for Emilio Scotto

Interview The adventurer is Guinness world record holder for longest journey by motorbike but loves his home country’s wild spaces as much as anywhere he has visited. This interview was published by The Guardian on AJ+ on August 19, 2016.
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Cuba’s Vibrant Startup Scene

Video Digital entrepreneurs in Cuba face many challenges, including bureaucracy and inconsistent internet access. Still, they are powering a fledgling startup scene. This video was shot in Cuba in early June and published by US News & World Report on August 15, 2016.
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Meet Cuba’s Voluminous Dancers

Video Cuba’s Danza Voluminosa school brings together plus-size ballerinas. It's their way of fighting weight discrimination and challenging stereotypes in the ballet world. This video was shot in Cuba in early June and published by AJ+ on August 9, 2016.
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Buenos Aires, the LGBTIQ Hub

Photo story Argentina, already a leader in LGBTIQ rights, organizes this week the Buenos Aires’ LGBTIQ festival, a week-long series of events to celebrate sexual diversity - part of intentional push to make the Pope’s homeland an international hub for LGBTIQ activity. This photo story was published by Fusion on August 6, 2016.
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