Armando Tenorio at his home in Mexico last December. Tenorio spends most of the year working on a blueberry farm in Canada, on a temporary work permit, to support his family in Mexico. Dominic Bracco II/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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The Mexico-Canada Guest-Worker Program: A Model For The U.S.?

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Brazilian federal police patrol the Mamore River, which separates Brazil from Bolivia. The river is used by traffickers to ferry cocaine from Bolivia into Brazil, where cocaine consumption is rising rapidly. Juan Forero/Getty Images hide caption

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As U.S. Consumes Less Cocaine, Brazil Uses More

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Immigration: Did Senators Get It Right?

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Mont Joli Hotel looks out over Cap-Haitian in northern Haiti. The owner says he's usually fully booked and plans to double the hotel's capacity. Haiti is trying to expand its tourism infrastructure and tap in to the multibillion-dollar Caribbean travel market. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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For Your Next Caribbean Vacation, Haiti ... Maybe?

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U.S. Trains Mexico On Tactics Used Against Al-Qaida

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Masked and armed men guard a roadblock near the town of Ayutla, Mexico, on Jan. 18. Hundreds of men in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero have taken up arms to defend their villages against drug gangs. Dario Lopez-Mills/AP hide caption

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'Sick And Tired,' Residents In Southern Mexico Defend Themselves

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That's not Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, El Pais later admitted. Lauren Frayer hide caption

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Venezuelan Ex-Pats In Florida Monitor Chavez's Absence

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Fla. Tomato Growers Say Mexico Trade Deal Is Rotten

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Obama's Unfinished Business: Latin America

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Mexico: New President, New Drug Violence Plan

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Mexico Wants U.S. To See Its Prosperity Not Violence

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