About the book
About the book
Making News and Security on the Argentine Border
Three borders: The photograph is taken from Argentina; across the Paraná, to the left, is Paraguay; across the Iguazú River, in front to the right, is Brazil.
Puerto Iguazú National Park (Photo by Kelly Ferreyra)
Street sign of Tres Fronteras Avenue in Puerto Iguazú.
Mario Antonowicz and Jorgelina Bonetto in the studio of Radio Yguazú.
"Proximidad" broadcast in the technical room at the headquarters of C.V.I. Canal 5.
Javier Rotela, filming at the municipal landfill site in Iguazú.
Parade in Iguazú marks 200 years anniversary since the founding of Argentine naval prefecture.
Cameraman of the local TV channel filming the military parade during 200th anniversary of Argentine naval prefecture in Puerto Iguazú.
Inauguration of a primary school in a peripheral Barrio 1ero de Mayo. Behind local government officials, gathered for the occasion, stand the precarious houses of the neighborhood’s residents.
Horacio Valdés conducting a radio program from a studio in Iguazú.
Darío Chamorro at the 25 de Mayo civic-military parade .
Jorgelina Bonetto reporting from 25 de Mayo parade in Puerto Iguazú.
A boy riding his bike in front of the neighborhood mall on Las Calandrias Avenue.
Argentine boundary landmark in Iguazú under reconstruction.
Prefect patrolling Río Paraná, which marks the border between Argentina and Paraguay.
A sign of a grocery store in Villa Florida.
Bottles of subsidized cooking oil found in a vehicle with hidden compartments. Courtesy of Aduana Argentina and La Voz de Cataratas.
Javier Villegas, reporting from the center of Iguazú after Argentina's successful soccer match in the 2010 World Cup.
Silvia Martínez, recording an interview with volunteer firefighters.
Argentine Air Force pilots, training in Puerto Iguazú.
Kelly Ferreyra, taking pictures of dogs and their owners enrolled in the gendarmerie’s drug-detection training program.
Dengue prevention posters on the walls of "Marta Teodora Schwarz" hospital in Iguazú.
Children playing at the indigenous Guaraní community of Yriapú.
Public bus, "colectivo," on Victoria Aguirre Avenue in the commercial center of Iguazú.