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Honduras
Sicarios
A job like any other

Taxi driver, barber, or funeral director by day. Sicario (hitman) by night. In Honduras, life's easier with a second job, above all when a single payment can be up to 10,000 dollars. Naturally, it's not every day you get to remove a politician who's become a pain in the neck to the drug cartels or g
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Mexico
The wall
The oddest frontier

The flow of migrants to the US Mexico border shows no sign of stopping.
As we all know, Donald Trump announced his plans to build a wall during his 2016 presidential campaign, and he confirmed this after his unexpected victory. He promised that Mexico would pay for the wall, although it's stil
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Cuba
Islam in Cuba
Another faith under the Caribbean sun

According to a recent, yet unofficial, survey, the Cuban Muslim community should count around 4,000 people, most of them converted in recent years. Raul Castro's government is in fact more flexible not just in terms of diplomatic and trade relations, but also in terms of freedom of belief. This resu
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Cuba
Havana. Castro's Academy
Escuela Nacional de Arte

When Fidel Castro took the power in Havana, in 1960, one of his first acts was the confiscation of the great golf course on the South side of the city. He wanted to build a school of fine arts on it, better: "the most beautiful academy of fine arts of the world". And with no fees for the students. C
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Cuba
Havana Club
Meet the emerging Cuban bourgeoisie

America hit Havana well before diplomacy. Since a few years in fact, Raul Castro's perestroika is allowing foreign investments, small businesses and the buying and selling of real estates (even on the internet). So now-a-days, on the Malecon, Audi and Mercedes show off along the typical old Cadillac
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Bolivia
Tinku fighting
A project by Francesco Alesi & Jesper Klemedsson.

At 4,000 meters of altitude, in the Bolivian Andes, life is a constant struggle. Here, descendants of the Incas still live from the fertile soil of the mountains. But it takes more than just ancient skills for to have a good harvest: according to the people of the Andes, once a year Mother Earth (Pa
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Mexico
Nogales. Low-cost dentists

Koali lives in Alaska but her dentist is in Nogales, Mexico. She flies to Tucson whenever she needs a visit or a dental care and simply walks across the border. She travels for 4,000 kilometres, but she saves quite a lot of money every time. Thousands of US citizens do the same every year: they trav
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Mexico
Nogales crossroads

Paul Theroux describes the fence in Nogales as "the oddest frontier I have ever seen". A metal fence divides the city into two: on one side boring Arizona with villas and shopping centers, on the other side extravagant Mexico with mariachi, night clubs and low-cost dental clinics. After years of sho
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Jamaica
The Love Republic

The two Hedonism resorts are situated in Jamaica. They allow all guests to wander around completely naked and have sexual encounters more or less where and when they feel like. Single guys, girls and couples seeking new thrills may enjoy a free independent Love Republic where almost everything is pe
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Cuba
Feather-weight revolution

We entered into Havana's state boxing schools, veritable sanctuaries where its practically impossible to be admitted and where the secrets of a pure method of training are jealously guarded; training based on anger and the wish for revenge more than on technique. The gyms are in disrepair, with make
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Belize
It's a country for old men

As vast as Sardinia but with less than 300 thousand inhabitants, Belize abounds in pensioners who - alone, in small groups or in communities - come to live here more or less definitively. They are snowbirds, those who migrate south when it's cold in the north. Thanks to the white beaches and the con
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Cuba
Que Viva Harley!

According to an unofficial census, there are about a hundred Harley-Davidson's surviving in Cuba. From the day of the revolutionary triumph in 1959, they are prisoners on the island, left to their own devices and forced into a subsistence regime by the commercial embargo which doesn't allow the impo
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El Salvador
Surfing paradise

It's a surfer's paradise in Central America and offers some of the best breaks in the world. El Tunco, Palmarcito and El Zonte are beaches well known to anyone who loves riding the waves, locations revered not only by Salvadorians, but also by Europeans and Americans who follow the coast down from t
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