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The border between Ponta Porã, Brazil (left) and Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay (right), facilitates informal trade between the countries. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

The border between Ponta Porã, Brazil (left) and Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay (right), facilitates informal trade between the countries. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

A single step separates Paraguay and Brazil. The border between Pedro Juan Caballero and Ponta Porã facilitates tourism. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

A single step separates Paraguay and Brazil. The border between Pedro Juan Caballero and Ponta Porã facilitates tourism. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

Avenida Internacional separates Paraguay and Brazil. The police forces from the two countries work each day to fight crime in the region where powerful criminal groups from Brazil, such as Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) and Comando Vermelho, operate. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

Avenida Internacional separates Paraguay and Brazil. The police forces from the two countries work each day to fight crime in the region where powerful criminal groups from Brazil, such as Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) and Comando Vermelho, operate. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

A Brazilian cries during a protest in Ponta Porã to demand more security in the border region shared with Pedro Juan Caballero. The border between Brazil and Paraguay helps criminals flee more easily, according to the Military Police of Ponta Porã. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

A Brazilian cries during a protest in Ponta Porã to demand more security in the border region shared with Pedro Juan Caballero. The border between Brazil and Paraguay helps criminals flee more easily, according to the Military Police of Ponta Porã. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

Like many of the residents of the border region between Paraguay and Brazil, Adolfo Furé, a 72-year-old retiree from Pedro Juan Caballero, speaks Spanish, Portuguese and Guaraní. “Living on the border sometimes has its advantages, but, on the other hand, the security situation is complicated,” he said. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

Like many of the residents of the border region between Paraguay and Brazil, Adolfo Furé, a 72-year-old retiree from Pedro Juan Caballero, speaks Spanish, Portuguese and Guaraní. “Living on the border sometimes has its advantages, but, on the other hand, the security situation is complicated,” he said. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

Pedro Juan Caballero

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ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay – Supporters of Horacio Cartes celebrated his victory in the presidential election on April 21. Cartes, 56, owns tobacco and drinks factories and was president of the Libertad soccer club before becoming a member of the directing board of the Paraguayan Football Association. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay – Supporters of Horacio Cartes celebrated his victory in the presidential election on April 21. Cartes, 56, owns tobacco and drinks factories and was president of the Libertad soccer club before becoming a member of the directing board of the Paraguayan Football Association. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay – A crowd of 1,200 gathered on Aug. 1 to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the Ycuá Bolaños fire that killed 409 and injured 500. The ceremony featured a massive Paraguayan flag covered with photographs of those who died in the blaze. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay – A crowd of 1,200 gathered on Aug. 1 to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the Ycuá Bolaños fire that killed 409 and injured 500. The ceremony featured a massive Paraguayan flag covered with photographs of those who died in the blaze. (Marta Escurra for Infosurhoy.com)

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