Demonstrators rally to protest sexism in Brasilia, Brazil, last June. A new protest erupted last week after a study released by Brazil's Institute for Applied Economic Research reported 65 percent of Brazilians believe women who dress provocatively deserve to be attacked. Eraldo Peres/AP hide caption

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Separated By Deportation, Family Plans To Reunite In Mexico
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Architects Alejandro D'Acosta and Claudia Turrent incorporated materials salvaged from boats into the Vena Cava winery in Baja's Guadalupe Valley. Courtesy of Alejandro D'Acosta and Claudia Turrent hide caption

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Tijuana's New Breed Of Entrepreneurs Create Technical Businesses
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Family members huddle at the fence to talk to loved ones living across the border. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Born From The Border, Tijuana Grows In New Ways
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Despite some differences, President Obama and Pope Francis shared a laugh during their Thursday meeting at the Vatican. Obama called himself a "great admirer" of the pope. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Deportees To Mexicali Wait For Another Chance To Cross Into U.S.
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Parts of the fence along the U.S.-Mexico border might stop vehicles, but they don't keep out those making the journey on foot. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Crossing The Desert: Why Brenda Wanted Border Patrol To Find Her
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Arizona Struggles To Gain Cross-Border Trade With Mexico
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Columbus, N.M., was raided by Pancho Villa in 1916 and by federal agents in 2011. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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From Pancho Villa To Panda Express: Life In A Border Town
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A worker unloads a truck full of Mexican limes at a citrus packing plant in La Ruana, in the state of Michoacan, Mexico. Dario Lopez-Mills/AP hide caption

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In Mexico And U.S., Lime Lovers Feel Squeezed By High Prices
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Vicious Gang, Barrio Azteca, Gets Its Start In El Paso
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Venezuelans line up to buy goods at a store in Caracas on March 10. Protesters have been taking to the streets for weeks over the country's troubled economy and other issues. The government introduced a new foreign currency exchange system on Monday, seeking to stabilize the bolivar, which has lost much of its value against the U.S. dollar. Leo Ramirez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Short On Dollars, Venezuela Tries To Halt Black-Market Trading
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Venezuelan Attorney General Opens Probes Into Excessive Violence
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Troncoso Family Finds Success On U.S. Side Of Border With Mexico
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