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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France Could Have A Harder Time Getting Out Of Mali Than It Did Dropping In

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'New York Times' The Target Of Chinese Cyber Attack

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Egyptians Grown Weary Of Ongoing Political Clashes

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Children Among Syria's Most Vulnerable Refugees

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After Benghazi Attack, Improving American Security Abroad

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'Distant Witness': Social Media's 'Journalism Revolution'

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Soccer: A Surprising Player In Egypt's Unrest

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Is Egypt Better Or Worse Off Now?

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From 'Morning Edition': Renee Montagne speaks with reporter Nicole Perlroth

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Former Salafi Sings About His Identity Crisis

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African Forces Will Be Left To Hang On To French Gains In Mali

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Syria Accuses Israel Of Bombing Its Military Facility

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Lenovo Believes PCs Will Still Be Necessary

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