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.

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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Angelica Rivera, the wife of Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, has been embroiled in controversy over the purchase of a luxury home. Thomas Samson/AP hide caption

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Allegations Of Corruption Dog Mexico's First Lady Angélica Rivera

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Career Diplomat Jeffrey DeLaurentis Is Charge D'Affaires In Havana

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Tourists fill the famous La Bodeguita del Medio bar where U.S. author Ernest Hemingway used to drink in Old Havana, Cuba. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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Tourists Worry: How Long Before Cuba Loses Its Nostalgic Charm?

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There's Little To See, But Cubans Gather Outside U.S. Embassy

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Diplomatic Relations Restored As U.S. Embassy Reopens In Havana

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A Look Inside El Chapo's Prison Escape Through A Tunnel

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This screen grab of video from a security camera, dated July 11 and released by Mexico's National Security Commission, shows the man Mexican authorities say is Guzman inside his cell at the Altiplano maximum security prison, looking at the shower floor shortly before escaping through a tunnel below. AP hide caption

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A Visit To El Chapo's Prison Cell (Now That He's Gone)

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Maximum Security Not Enough As Mexican Drug Lord Stages Second Escape

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Suspected members of El Salvador's 18th Street gang stand handcuffed in pairs at a police station in Panchimalco, near San Salvador. The government has launched well-publicized raids, roundups and a crackdown on gang leaders, locking them away in maximum security prisons. Manu Brabo/AP hide caption

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In El Salvador, Gang Killings Take An Agonizing Toll

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Mexicans Fight Back Against Donald Trump's Comments In Song

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