Nick Miroff

CorrespondentLatin America

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"Crazy Doritos" craze emerges from snack laboratory of Mexican street-food culture

  • Oct 20, 2014

Quiroga said he would eat his watch if incumbent Morales garners more than 60 percent of the vote. And that scenario is looking pretty likely.

  • Oct 16, 2014

The recent discovery of mass graves is just another episode in the country’s crime-horror saga.

  • Oct 15, 2014

The dead bodies Mexican prosecutors have found were not the ones they were looking for.

  • Oct 15, 2014

Demonstrators burn government offices over suspected officials’ involvement in suspected murders.

  • Oct 14, 2014

Protesters set fire to government buildings amid outrage over officials’ possible ties to the disappearances.

  • Oct 13, 2014

Two weeks after the students disappeared, Mexican authorities have yet to give a clear explanation as to what happened. The mayor and the police chief have fled. The truth is trickling out one grave site at a time.

  • Oct 11, 2014

Officials said it may take two months to identify 28 bodies found in a grave, but signs point to missing students.

  • Oct 6, 2014

Winning over foes and wielding gas riches, Bolivia’s Evo Morales coasts toward third presidential term.

  • Oct 6, 2014

A young Venezuelan lawmaker who was a passionate defender of the late Hugo Chávez and of President Nicolás Maduro was found murdered in his Caracas home Wednesday.

  • Oct 2, 2014
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About
Nick Miroff is the Washington Post's Latin America correspondent, roaming from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands to South America's southern cone. He has been a staff writer since 2006, reporting on politics, immigration, crime, and development in northern Virginia for the Post’s Metro desk until 2009. He earned a Master’s degree at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism (2006), and studied Spanish and Latin American Literature at UC Santa Cruz (2000). Miroff grew up in Albany, New York.
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