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Pedro Torres, editor of El Diario, holds the front page featuring the Mexican flag dripping blood. Two of his journalists have been killed over the past two years. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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Slaying Prompts Juarez Paper To Weigh Coverage

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A farmer collects tomatoes on a tractor on a farm in Guira de Melena, 80 miles south of Havana, in April 2008. Cuba has been lending unused land to private farmers and cooperatives as part of a sweeping effort to step up agricultural production. Javier Galeano/AP hide caption

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Reform On The Range: Cubans Heed The Call To Farm

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Airlines Bounce Back From 2009's $10 Billion Loss

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David Rakoff is the author of Fraud and Don't Get Too Comfortable. He is a regular contributor to This American Life and New York Times Magazine. Larry Busacca/Getty Images hide caption

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David Rakoff's 'Half Empty' Lessons In Misanthropy

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