Damien Cave

New York Times

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Foreign correspondent for the New York Times, based in Mexico City; in June 2014 he completed his project The Way North with New York Times photographer Todd Heisler, a 37 day road trip from the US border in Texas to Duluth, Minnesota, where he chronicled how the middle of America is being changed by immigration

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Is US Immigration the Latest Humanitarian Crisis?

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Yesterday, Syria's newly appointed Prime Minister slipped into Jordan, and today White House spokesman  Jay Carney concluded  that "Assad cannot restore his control over the government…

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American towns and cities are used to seeing the new faces of people from Latin America.

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