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MEXICO-ENERGY/
RTX9EVNJ
February 17, 2021
A family heats tortillas over a bonfire outside their home during an outage in Mexico's electricity network,...
Monterrey, Mexico
A family heats tortillas over a bonfire outside their home during an outage in Mexico's electricity network,...
A family heats tortillas over a bonfire outside their home during an outage in Mexico's electricity network, in Monterrey, Mexico February 16, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-ENERGY/
RTX9EVFR
February 17, 2021
A man places firewood on a bonfire to heat tortillas outside their home during an electrical outage in...
Monterrey, Mexico
A man places firewood on a bonfire to heat tortillas outside their home during an electrical outage in...
A man places firewood on a bonfire to heat tortillas outside their home during an electrical outage in Monterrey, Mexico February 16, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CENTRALAMERICA-HUNGER
RTX8DEUK
December 02, 2020
The daughter of Gonzalo Ramirez cooks tortillas at their home, in La Palmilla, Guatemala October 9, 2020....
LA PALMILLA, Guatemala
The daughter of Gonzalo Ramirez cooks tortillas at their home, in La Palmilla
The daughter of Gonzalo Ramirez cooks tortillas at their home, in La Palmilla, Guatemala October 9, 2020. Picture taken October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CENTRALAMERICA-HUNGER
RTX8DEU8
December 02, 2020
Claudia Faviola Gonzales, a three-year-old girl, eats a tortilla with salt at her home, in La Palmilla,...
LA PALMILLA, Guatemala
Claudia Faviola Gonzales, a three-year-old girl, eats a tortilla with salt at her home, in La Palmilla...
Claudia Faviola Gonzales, a three-year-old girl, eats a tortilla with salt at her home, in La Palmilla, Guatemala October 7, 2020. Picture taken October 7, 2020. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CENTRALAMERICA-HUNGER
RTX8DEU7
December 02, 2020
Carlos, a 22-months old boy, reaches for a plate with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato, at his...
LA PALMILLA, Guatemala
Carlos, a 22-months old boy, reaches for a plate with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato, at his...
Carlos, a 22-months old boy, reaches for a plate with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato, at his home, in La Palmilla, Guatemala October 9, 2020. Picture taken October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CENTRALAMERICA-HUNGER
RTX8DETL
December 02, 2020
Jose Armando Suchite feeds his 22-months old son Carlos with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato,...
LA PALMILLA, Guatemala
Jose Armando Suchite feeds his 22-months old son Carlos with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato,...
Jose Armando Suchite feeds his 22-months old son Carlos with a tortilla with salt and a cooked tomato, at their home, in La Palmilla, Guatemala October 9, 2020. Picture taken October 9, 2020. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONDURAS-PRISON
RTX7IWUH
May 14, 2020
Inmates at Centro Penal de La Esperanza (La Esperanza Prison), stand in the prison courtyard as they...
La Esperanza, Honduras
The Wider Image: Cut off by coronavirus: Hondurans in packed prison suffer mental toll
Inmates at Centro Penal de La Esperanza (La Esperanza Prison), stand in the prison courtyard as they wait to be served beans and tortillas for breakfast, by other inmates inside the prison, in La Esperanza, Intibuca, Honduras, August 21, 2019. REUTERS/Adrees Latif SEARCH "HONDURAS PRISON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTX7ITQ4
May 14, 2020
A woman grinds corn to prepare tortilla dough amid a nationwide quarantine as El Salvador's government...
San Ignacio, El Salvador
Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in El Salvador
A woman grinds corn to prepare tortilla dough amid a nationwide quarantine as El Salvador's government undertakes steadily stricter measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in San Ignacio, El Salvador May 13, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTS378S9
March 26, 2020
Women prepares tortillas in a market after El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele ordered home quarantine...
Santa Tecla, El Salvador
Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in El Salvador
Women prepares tortillas in a market after El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele ordered home quarantine for 30 days as a preventive measure due the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santa Tecla, El Salvador March 25, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/NICARAGUA
RTS36KJG
March 18, 2020
Women prepare tortillas at a market in Managua, the government still hasn't reported any case of coronavirus...
Managua, Nicaragua
Women prepare tortillas at a market in Managua
Women prepare tortillas at a market in Managua, the government still hasn't reported any case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Nicaragua March 18, 2020.REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TK4
March 12, 2020
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. These tortillas...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. These tortillas are wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence". Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TK0
March 12, 2020
A woman poses for a pictured holding a package of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
A woman poses for a pictured holding a package of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information...
A woman poses for a pictured holding a package of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence", at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJY
March 12, 2020
Packages of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
Packages of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
Packages of tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence", are pictured at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJX
March 12, 2020
A view shows tortillas in preparation to be wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
A view shows tortillas in preparation to be wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims...
A view shows tortillas in preparation to be wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence", at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJW
March 12, 2020
An employee wraps tortillas in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
An employee wraps tortillas in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
An employee wraps tortillas in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence", at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJU
March 12, 2020
A woman buys tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
A woman buys tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence,...
A woman buys tortillas wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence", at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJT
March 12, 2020
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. These tortillas...
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo
An employee makes tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. These tortillas are wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence". Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
WOMEN-VIOLENCE/GENDER
RTS35TJS
March 12, 2020
An employee loads dough to make tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020....
Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
An employee loads dough to make tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo
An employee loads dough to make tortillas at a tortilla stall in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico March 10, 2020. These tortillas are wrapped in paper with contact information to help women victims of gender violence, as a part of a government program called "Break the Silence". Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WCO
February 21, 2020
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico...
multiple cities, Mexico
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso REFILE - CORRECTING CITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WCE
February 21, 2020
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico...
multiple cities, Mexico
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken on February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso REFILE - CORRECTING CITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WC8
February 21, 2020
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico...
multiple cities, Mexico
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken on February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso REFILE - CORRECTING CITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WC4
February 21, 2020
Corn tortillas are pictured on the Natalio de Santiago table at her house in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla,...
TEPETEOPAN, Mexico
Corn tortillas are pictured on the Natalio de Santiago table at her house in Tepeteopan
Corn tortillas are pictured on the Natalio de Santiago table at her house in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WC3
February 21, 2020
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico...
multiple cities, Mexico
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso REFILE - CORRECTING CITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WC0
February 21, 2020
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico...
multiple cities, Mexico
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec
Margarita Bustamante prepares tortillas at her house in Magdalena Cuayucatepec, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso REFILE - CORRECTING CITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WBY
February 21, 2020
Guadalupe Molina carries on a Nixtamalization for tortilla in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla, Mexico February...
TEPETEOPAN, Mexico
Guadalupe Molina prepares dough for tortilla in Tepeteopan
Guadalupe Molina carries on a Nixtamalization for tortilla in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
CLIMATE-CHANGE/MEXICO
RTS32WBQ
February 21, 2020
Guadalupe Molina carries on a Nixtamalization for tortilla in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla, Mexico February...
TEPETEOPAN, Mexico
Guadalupe Molina carries on a Nixtamalization for tortilla in Tepeteopan
Guadalupe Molina carries on a Nixtamalization for tortilla in Tepeteopan, state of Puebla, Mexico February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/GUERRERO
RTS31JPV
February 10, 2020
Traditional Mexican tortillas are prepared in Rincon de Chautla, Mexico, February 4, 2020. REUTERS/Alexandre...
RINCON DE CHAUTLA, Mexico
The Wider Image: "Under siege": Inside Mexican village where children are armed
Traditional Mexican tortillas are prepared in Rincon de Chautla, Mexico, February 4, 2020. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "MEXICO CARTEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO
RTX7C6JT
January 26, 2020
Migrant Wilfredo Gomez, from Guatemala, holds a plastic bag with sauce in Tapachula, Mexico January 25,...
Tapachula, Mexico
Guatemalan migrant Gomez holds a plastic bag with sauce in Tapachula
Migrant Wilfredo Gomez, from Guatemala, holds a plastic bag with sauce in Tapachula, Mexico January 25, 2020. Gomez said he has been eating tortillas that people gave to him, with the sauce. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTS2TM6D
October 31, 2019
Honduran asylum seekers, Delmis, 32 (L) and Reyna, 40, prepare hand-made flour tortillas in a mud stove...
Matamoros, Mexico
Honduran asylum seekers make hand-made flour tortillas in an encampment in Matamoros
Honduran asylum seekers, Delmis, 32 (L) and Reyna, 40, prepare hand-made flour tortillas in a mud stove in an encampment near the Gateway International Bridge where they live after being sent back to Mexico under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) in Matamoros, Mexico October 30, 2019. Picture taken October 30, 2019. REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTS2TM63
October 31, 2019
Honduran asylum seeker Reyna, 40, heats up hand-made flour tortillas in a mud stove in an encampment...
Matamoros, Mexico
Honduran asylum seeker heats up hand-made flour tortillas in an encampment in Matamoros
Honduran asylum seeker Reyna, 40, heats up hand-made flour tortillas in a mud stove in an encampment near the Gateway International Bridge where she lives after being sent back to Mexico under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) in Matamoros, Mexico October 30, 2019. Picture taken October 30, 2019. REUTERS/Veronica G. Cardenas
GUATEMALA-SECURITY/
RTS2PXFN
September 10, 2019
A woman prepares tortillas at her home during a temporary state of siege, approved by the Guatemalan...
SEMUY II, Guatemala
A woman prepares tortillas at her home during a temporary state of siege, approved by the Guatemalan...
A woman prepares tortillas at her home during a temporary state of siege, approved by the Guatemalan Congress following the death of several soldiers last week, in the community of Semuy II, Izabal province, Guatemala September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSU
August 23, 2019
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSP
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, take part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSO
August 23, 2019
Viviana Hernandez, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Viviana Hernandez, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSL
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos (L), Viviana Hernandez (C) and Isamar Romero, relatives of missing persons, work...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos (L), Viviana Hernandez (C) and Isamar Romero, relatives of missing persons, work at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSK
August 23, 2019
Members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, take part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSJ
August 23, 2019
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSH
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSG
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS9
August 23, 2019
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS7
August 23, 2019
Tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS5
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS4
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, are pictured during an interview with Reuters at their home in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS3
August 23, 2019
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRZ
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRY
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRX
August 23, 2019
Members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, take part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRV
August 23, 2019
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRT
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, take part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRS
August 23, 2019
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Oscar Sanchez, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRR
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating...
San Pedro, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz, member of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, takes part in a search for human remains at a plot in the municipality of San Pedro, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN-MEXICO
RTX6RYFV
April 16, 2019
A migrant from Central America holds a tortilla with sardines during a break on their journey towards...
Tuzantan, Mexico
A migrant from Central America holds a tortilla with sardines during a break on their journey towards...
A migrant from Central America holds a tortilla with sardines during a break on their journey towards the United States, in Tuzantan, Mexico April 16, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
MEXICO-ECONOMY/
RTX6P2ZR
February 28, 2019
An employee weighs a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City, Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
An employee weighs a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City
An employee weighs a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City, Mexico February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-ECONOMY/
RTX6P2ZQ
February 28, 2019
An employee arranges a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City, Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
An employee arranges a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City
An employee arranges a stack of freshly made corn tortillas at a tortilla factory in Mexico City, Mexico February 22, 2019. Picture taken February 22, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-DRUGS/
RTX6LICH
February 06, 2019
A woman makes corn tortillas at her home in Juquila Yucucani in the Sierra Madre del Sur, in the southern...
YUCUCANI, Mexico
The Wider Image: As opium poppies bloom, Mexico seeks to halt heroin trade
A woman makes corn tortillas at her home in Juquila Yucucani in the Sierra Madre del Sur, in the southern state of Guerrero, Mexico, August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "JASSO OPIUM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTS2B2DU
January 17, 2019
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel carries her 5 years old daughter during their journey towards...
GUASTATOYA, Guatemala
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel carries her 5 years old daughter during their journey towards...
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel carries her 5 years old daughter during their journey towards the United States, in Guastatoya, Guatemala, January 17, 2019. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTS2B2DM
January 17, 2019
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel (L), tries to convince a truck driver to give her and her 5 years...
GUASTATOYA, Guatemala
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel tries to convince a truck driver to give her and her 5 years old...
Tortilla maker from Honduras Edy Mavel (L), tries to convince a truck driver to give her and her 5 years old daughter a lift during their journey towards the United States, in Guastatoya, Guatemala, January 17, 2019. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER-GUATEMALA
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December 24, 2018
A woman makes tortillas at a market in the village where Jakelin Caal, a 7-year-old girl who died in...
SAN ANTONIO SECORTEZ, Guatemala
A woman makes tortillas at a market in the village where Jakelin Caal, a 7-year-old girl who died in...
A woman makes tortillas at a market in the village where Jakelin Caal, a 7-year-old girl who died in U.S. custody, used to live in San Antonio Secortez, municipality of Raxruha, Guatemala December 16, 2018. Picture taken December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
USA-IMMIGRATION/ROUTE
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November 15, 2018
Eulalia Paiz, 54, takes a break from making tortillas as she stands inside her kitchen before the funeral...
Aguacate, Guatemala
The Wider Image: Deadly crossing ends American dream for Guatemalan migrant
Eulalia Paiz, 54, takes a break from making tortillas as she stands inside her kitchen before the funeral of her son Misael Paiz, 25, in Aguacate, Huehuetenango, Guatemala, October 29, 2018. Misael died in the Sonoran Desert after traveling over 2,000 miles to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. Border Patrol Agents searched for Misael after his uncle called 911 but were unable to find him before he died. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SEARCH "SONORAN DESERT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN-IMAGES
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November 08, 2018
Honduran migrants hike in the forest after crossing the Lempa river, in the border line between Honduras...
Agua Caliente, Guatemala
A Picture and its Story: Central American migrants trek north to seek a better life
Honduran migrants hike in the forest after crossing the Lempa river, in the border line between Honduras and Guatemala to join a caravan trying to reach the U.S, in Guatemala, October 17, 2018. Jorge Cabrera: "A Honduran family with the father in front, a mother with child, and an aunt, carrying all their belongings, scramble up a hill in the jungle after crossing the Lempa river from Honduras into Guatemala. The family, part of a group of some 150 migrants fleeing violence and poverty back home, decided to wade across the river after seeing that Honduran authorities had formed a human wall, blocking the border crossing. For me this image underscores the fact that you can get as far as your feet will take you. I traveled with the caravan of migrants for nine days. When there was downtime they played cards. If there was a soccer ball, they kicked it around. They took turns to bathe at the shelters. Sometimes there wasn't enough food to go around for everyone. But some kind-hearted soul would come through and donate cheese tortillas, instant soups or some other meal. When they were on the move, they always walked in groups. A few short kilometers after crossing the river and climbing the hill, their journey was abruptly cut short by Guatemalan authorities. One by one, men, women and children were boarded onto buses and trucks and sent back to Honduras. After they were deported, I never heard from the family again. This experience showed me that the idea of fighting for the chance at a better life, the desire for well-being cannot be stamped out no matter what walls are thrown up. Their journey goes on and on." REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera/File photo SEARCH "LUIS ACOSTA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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