From NPR's Latino USA: A World Uprooted

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We talk about immigration on Latino USA, usually to the United States. But what about global migration?

This week we look at some unusual stories of migration, from dressage trainers in Mexico to West Africans in the treacherous Darian Gap of Central America. And we look at what it's like to live in Qatar, the country with the highest percentage of immigrants. Finally, Koko Warner discusses how climate change will affect global migration now and in the future.

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