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Mexico, Central America, and Carribbean Bureau Chief — New York Times

NY Times Bureau Chief, Mexico, Central America + Caribbean. Panamanian-New Jerseyan. Rutgers. Eat, swim, write. Instagram: LatAmPix Email: randya@nytimes.com

As Havana celebrates historic shift, economic and political hopes rise

livemint.com — For many Cubans living through the incremental steps toward private enterprise that President Raúl Castro set in motion, the changes announced by Washington and Havana are welcomed as much for their practical worth as for the historic sea change between governments.

As Havana Celebrates Historic Shift, Economic and Political Hopes Rise

nytimes.com — HAVANA - They crowded around old, battered televisions in Havana and erupted in tears and applause at a spectacle they could scarcely imagine, let alone believe: President Raúl Castro, followed by President Obama, heralding a new era of relations between Cuba and the United States.

Haitian President May Drop His Premier

nytimes.com — President Michel Martelly of Haiti said Friday that he would accept the recommendations of a commission that, among other things, called for the resignation of the prime minister to ease an intensifying political crisis that threatens the country as it continues to recover from the January 2010 earthquake.

In Mexico, a Growing Gap Between Political Class and Calls for Change

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - As the Nobel Peace Prize was being awarded in Oslo this week, a young man dashed on stage, unfurled a Mexican flag streaked with red paint and begged for help for his country because more than 40 college students have been missing for months after clashing with the police.

Rage and Sorrow Flow as Student Is Declared Dead

nytimes.com — EL PERICON, Mexico - The blur of scientific talk from the investigators washed over him - something about a bone fragment, DNA testing, probability - as he sat dazed in an abandoned classroom at the teachers college his son attended.

Rage and sorrow flow as student is declared dead in Mexico

twincities.com — By Paulina Villegas and Randal C. ArchiboldNew York Times Posted: 12/07/2014 12:01:00 AM CST Updated: 12/07/2014 08:55:10 PM CST EL PERICON, Mexico -- The blur of scientific talk from the investigators washed over him -- something about a bone fragment, DNA testing, probability -- as he sat dazed in an abandoned classroom at the teachers college his son attended.

Remains of Student in Mexico Identified

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - At least one of 43 students missing since September has been identified among remains largely burned to ashes, family members and a federal official said Saturday, adding considerable weight to a theory by prosecutors that the students were killed after being abducted by municipal police and turned over to a drug gang.

U.S. Calls on Cuba to Free American Held Since 2009 as Spy

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - After five years of behind-the-scenes talks, entreaties from high-profile emissaries, and statements from two governments, each blaming the other for intransigence, it still comes down to this: Alan P. Gross, an American government contractor, remains imprisoned in Cuba on espionage charges.

US deportees lost in limbo of Mexican border city

irishtimes.com — Under a gleaming midday sun, in the fetid drainage canal that is the Rio Tijuana, Valentin Gomez plunged a hypodermic needle of crystal meth just under a friend's collarbone. The man's eyes rolled back in ecstasy, or relief. Which one was hard to tell, as the drug did its work and he was in no condition to chat.

Mexican Leader, Facing Protests, Promises to Overhaul Policing

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - Facing waves of anger and frustration after local officials and police were implicated in the disappearance and presumed murder of 43 college students, President Enrique Peña Nieto on Thursday proposed a broad plan to revamp local policing, stamp out corruption and establish the rule of law nationwide.
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Dec 18, 2014

On the US spy set free from Cuba as part of reopened relations. He helped i.d. Cuban spies but much work classified nyti.ms/1uXghBM

Dec 18, 2014

RT @damiencave: Hope and skepticism in Havana. It's the beginning of a new era, many say. But also: "Del dicho a hecho, hay mucho camino a recoger."

Dec 18, 2014

Journey toward US-Cuba Reconciliation Visited Worlds of Presidents, Popes and Spies nyti.ms/1uV4DaD

Dec 18, 2014

NYT: The reaction in Cuba to normalization of relations, econ overtures: Hope for better relations .. and more goods nyti.ms/1Afas9b

Dec 17, 2014

Philip Bonsal was last US ambassador to Cuba. Died in 1995. Shook hands with Fidel in ’59, recalled following year nytimes.com/1995/07/01/obi…

Dec 17, 2014

RT @benfoxatap: 12 hours later we are seeing, on Cuban state TV, the heroes welcome for 3 free prisoners, embraced by Raul and family.

Dec 17, 2014

RT @NickMiroff: The Castro govt didn't collapse in 1992 when Cubans were eating cats & grapefruit rinds to survive. Wasn't going to fall ne…

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