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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More than 50,000 children, most alone and from Central America, have tried to cross the US-Mexican border since October.

Is US Immigration the Latest Humanitarian Crisis?

More than 50,000 children, most alone and from Central America, have tried to cross the US-Mexican border since October.

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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…

Iran Pledges Support after Syrian Defection

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

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