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Haitians In Limbo & Enrique Chiu
Costa Rica - Haitians in Limbo
At the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, thousands of Haitians have been arriving, dead tired, but full of hope. They have come from Brazil, a place they fled two years ago in search of a better future. But the crisis in Brazil has them fleeing once again. After trekking more than 5,000 kilometers, their journey has come to an abrupt halt. Correspondent Harris Whitbeck reports about this refugee camp in Costa Rica.
Game Changer - Enrique Chiu
The border dividing Mexico and the United States has become a symbol for fear and division, but one artist is on a quest to transform it into a beacon of hope and humanity. His project is called the "Wall of Brotherhood," and it aims to inspire hearts and minds meter by meter of the border wall. Our Game Changer this week is Enrique Chiu.
Nicaragua - Turtle Trouble
Imagine standing on a beach and seeing thousands of turtles emerge from the ocean and onto the shore all at once. It happens each year in Nicaragua. Certain turtles — like the Olive Ridley — migrate there to lay their eggs. But threats to these sea creatures are causing trouble. Our correspondent Grace Gonzalez reports from the Nicaraguan Coast to see how turtle conservationists are helping ensure the survival of this revered and endangered reptile.
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