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recent articles on global borderlands/borderlines

Catch up on your borderlands media reading:

 

August 21 article on how the residents of Naco, AZ and Naco, Sonora, use US-Mexico border fence as a giant volleyball net:

http://qz.com/484342/locals-are-using-the-us-mexico-border-fence-as-a-giant-volleyball-net/

 

At the end of August a Republican candidate raised the possibility of building a border wall between Canada and the United States:

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