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Carlos Garcia Rawlins

New mother on migrant caravan hopes Trump's heart softens

Dec 12 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico Erly Marcial of Honduras joined the United States-bound migrant caravan with her family even though the 21-year-old was nearly eight months pregnant. She gave birth to a healthy baby on the grueling trail and is now hoping for another miracle. | Video

Parkland survivors keep memory of shooting alive

Jun 13 2018

PARKLAND, Fla. Hundreds of seniors in red caps and gowns at their Florida high school graduation ceremony on June 3 listened intently to speakers who told them what they could achieve. "Don't let anything stop you," one said.

A photographer's journey out of Venezuela

Mar 02 2018

CARACAS The bus station was like a funeral home. Families were weeping and hugging, saying their goodbyes. Everybody was sad and scared - the ones leaving because they were facing an uncertain future, and the ones staying behind because they were facing muggings, shortages of food and an even more uncertain future.

A photographer's journey out of Venezuela

Mar 02 2018

CARACAS The bus station was like a funeral home. Families were weeping and hugging, saying their goodbyes. Everybody was sad and scared - the ones leaving because they were facing an uncertain future, and the ones staying behind because they were facing muggings, shortages of food and an even more uncertain future.

Venezuelan lawmakers beaten, besieged in latest violence

Jul 06 2017

CARACAS Pipe-wielding government supporters burst into Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress on Wednesday, witnesses said, attacking and besieging lawmakers in the latest flare-up of violence during a political crisis. | Video

Living in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew

Nov 10 2016

JEREMIE, Haiti Haiti had been hit so hard by Hurricane Matthew, the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade, that people considered themselves lucky to be alive.

Covering Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

Oct 21 2016

JEREMIE, HAITI The Haitian city of Jeremie was completely destroyed.

Struggling to feed families, Venezuelans abandon pets

Sep 08 2016

LOS TEQUES, Venezuela Venezuelans struggling to feed their families, let alone their pets, during the country's deep economic crisis are increasingly abandoning emaciated dogs in streets, public parks and makeshift shelters because they no longer can afford to care for them. | Video

Resource-rich Venezuela struggles to keep lights, taps on

May 06 2016

PUERTO ORDAZ, Venezuela Residents of Venezuela's southern city of Puerto Ordaz enjoy pleasant views of the Orinoco and Caroni rivers and are a half hour's drive from one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams.

Venezuela economic crisis means fewer meals, more starch

Apr 27 2016

CARACAS Venezuela's soaring prices and chronic shortages have left 65-year-old homemaker Alida Gonzalez struggling to put meals on the table. | Video

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