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  • Enrique's Journey | Chapter Four: Notes About Sources

    Statue of Christ: written from interviews with Enrique and from Nazario's observation of other immigrants on a train passing the same statue. Information about religious items, Bible readings and how immigrants show their faith is from immigrants Marco...
  • 'We die lying to ourselves'

    Thandiwe Mwandla can't give her sugar cane away these days, much less sell it. The same goes for her sweet bananas and corn and the hard little peaches that grow in her garden. The fruit has AIDS, people say. Switching from farmer to tailor, Mwandla, 45,...
  • Africa's wildlife running out of room

    Like any other park warden in Africa, Klaus-Jurgen Sucker had enemies, although maybe more than most. When it came to defending his park's endangered mountain gorillas, Sucker knocked heads hard. A strapping, 37-year-old German biologist, Sucker...
  • Silence descends on Africa's forests

    In the steamy twilight of the jungle, Gilles Bokande hunkered beside a mossy stump and pinched his nose between his index and middle fingers. Blowing air through the back of his throat, he bleated like a duiker, a tiny forest antelope. Nothing happened....
  • Nuclear security lapses aid terrorists, experts say

    While discounting the latest reports of Osama bin Laden's nuclear capability, weapons experts warn that the United States is doing far too little to safeguard bombmaking materials around the world, heightening the risk of a nuclear terrorist attack...
  • The Seeds of Promise

    The Seeds of Promise
    The prickly plants started in Catalina Sanchez's garden and now stretch across her neighbors' fields as far as the eye can see. They pop up on acre after acre as word gets around: This village of dirt floors and outdoor toilets expects to get rich...
  • U.S., EU to negotiate Boeing, Airbus support

    The U.S. and the European Union averted a trade war Tuesday by agreeing to talks aimed at cutting government subsidies to Chicago-based Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS. The negotiations mean that, at least for now, the two sides will not pursue their claims of...
  • Crackdown Leaves China Isolated on World Scene

    WASHINGTON -- In the decade after Chinese leader Deng Xiao-ping came to power in 1979, he broke down the isolation in which China found itself under Mao Tse-tung and set the world's most populous nation on a steady course of ever-growing involvement in...