Desperation drives American dream in Guatemalan town of lost opportunity

Indigenous farmers in Cajol have insured their livelihoods devastated by free trade deals and agribusiness, and will take desperate hazards to support their families Honofre Peres doesnt know whether he should stay or run. The 36 -year-old builder wants his four children be left in school, but construction work is sporadic and poorly paid, and […]

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Scene of the Day: The Point Reyes Shipwreck Before It Burned Down

Photograph by Adil Ashraff Abandoned on a sandbar in Tomales Bay was this small fishing boat which had become a popular attraction for photographers visiting the Point Reyes National Seashore in California. That was until last February when a fire on deck destroyed much of the remains. According to the Daily Mail, firefighters from nearby […]

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The Great Barrier Reef are not to be dead

( CNN) There is a big difference between dead and dying. Outside Magazine published a somewhat tongue-in-cheek obituary for the Great Barrier Reef earlier the coming week, quoting its lifespan from 25 million BC-2 016. The article detailed the life of the reef, its active membership in the ecological community, its worldwide notoriety and the […]

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