Muros Invisibles
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Muros Invisibles

What I Learned Living on the Deadliest Border in South America

It changed how I look at myself, immigration and what it means to be American; stories of a failed Revolution

A crowd watches border skirmishes on the Venezuelan/Colombian border Feb 24th (photo: Joshua Collins)

“You didn’t see anything?” I asked incredulously.

I was standing a few feet from where someone had thrown a grenade into a packed restaurant at lunchtime the day before in the neighborhood of La Parada, on the…

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Joshua Collins

Joshua Collins

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A reporter on immigration and world affairs, based in Cucuta, Colombia. Bylines at Al Jazeera, Caracas Chronicles, New Humanitarian and more