Carrie Kahn Carrie Kahn is NPR's international correspondent based in Mexico City, Mexico. Kahn's reports can be heard on NPR's award-winning news programs including All Things Considered, Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, and Latino USA.

Mexico Deporting Migrating Minors In Record Numbers

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Mexican Police Send Drug Kingpin To U.S. To Stand Trial

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Nicaraguan Police Block Cubans Attempting To Reach U.S.

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Shoppers In Mexico Show Up For Opening Of Luxury Department Store

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Mexico's Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way For Precedent On Marijuana Legalization

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The Scene In The Wake Of A Much-Weakened Hurricane

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Haitian Election Brings A Loaded Ballot In Contentious Times

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Guatemalan Presidential Election Pits Former First Lady Against TV Comedian

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U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker (in blue jacket), visits the container port at the Special Enterprise Zone in Mariel, Cuba, on Oct. 6. Cuba is creating the zone to encourage trade and foreign investment. Some foreign companies are eager to move in, though the Pritzker said Cuba's commitment to free trade was not year clear. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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With A New Trade Zone, Cuba Reaches Out To Investors

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People huddle in front of the Habana Libre hotel in Havana, trying to get on the Internet. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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Internet Access Expands In Cuba — For Those Who Can Afford It

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Pope Francis celebrates mass in Cuba's Revolution Square Monday. In his homily, Francis called on Cubans to heed Jesus Christ's invitation to overcome resistance to change. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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Pope Francis To Cubans: Live In Service To Others, Not Ideology

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Pope Francis Touches Down In Havana

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Tourists in an American classic car are driven past a billboard welcoming Pope Francis in Havana on Tuesday. The crush for the pope's visit will strain Cuba's limited tourist infrastructure. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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The Pope's Visit Will Stretch Cuba's Overworked Hotels And Eateries

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