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Regional leaders begin the Mercosur South American trade bloc summit in the Argentine city of Santa Fe. IMAGES

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Gamer Says Tournaments Need More Security

(27 Aug 2018) Gamer Derek Jones of Santa Fe, New Mexico was outside a Jacksonville, Florida video game tournament venue when he heard gunshots on Sunday. Authorities say a gunman killed two people before killing himself. Nine people were hurt. (Aug. 27)

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Jessica Chastain battled mother nature to film ‘Woman Walks Ahead’

Strong winds on the set of “Woman Walks Ahead” in Santa Fe, New Mexico, only helped Jessica Chastain get into character, playing a 19th century activist and artist who travels across the U.S. to meet Native American Chief Sitting Bull. The film is now playing in limited release. (July 5)

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What A Santa Fe High School Senior Witnessed In The Aftermath Of The Shooting (HBO)

Santa Fe High School senior Wesley Hill was in first period when his teacher told the class there was an active shooter on campus and ordered them to hide. Less than 30 minutes later, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis was in custody as ten students lay dead and at least ten others injured.

For the next 72 hours Wesley documented for VICE News what it’s like when it happens at your school and in your town.

Like the students in Parkland, Florida, Wesley and his friends say they never really thought this would happen at their school, but unlike the Parkland attack, this shooting has not become a rallying cry for gun control.

This is Texas, after all. And Santa Fe, with a population of 13,000, is the definition of small-town Texas.

“The first person that reached out to me when they saw I was on the news was March For Our Lives Houston,” Wesley said. “I straight up told them right then and there that they’re reaching out to the wrong people. I said this is Santa Fe. This is not a city. this is a small town, country town. I said you’re not gonna take our guns away.”

“We don’t need gun control,” Wesley’s friend Toby Fulmer added. “What we need is someone doing better background checks on the people who are buying the guns. Maybe do some mental stable checks. But people who say we need gun control are, I’m not gonna call them idiots, but they are idiots.”

Fulmer added, “We’re a tight-knit community. Mostly everybody here hunts, shoots, they do some kind of something with guns. And if you take that away? What are we gonna do?”

Wesley’s mother, Tiffany Hill, also thinks more guns and better parenting is the answer. “Arm the teachers. It doesn’t have to be every single teacher in every single classroom. It doesn’t,” she said. “But, you know, if we’re going to ask these teachers to parent our children, then we need to ask them to protect those same children.”

One thing the students in Santa Fe and the students in Parkland do have in common: A tragedy has made their community known for something it doesn’t want to be known for.

“You know the crazy thing was nobody knew where Santa Fe was,” Wesley said. “I tell people I’m from Santa Fe and they looked at me — New Mexico? No, Texas people, Texas. There is a Santa Fe in Texas. I liked being under the radar in a small town where nobody knew where it was at.”

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Moment of Silence Observed in Santa Fe

Community members gathered outside Santa Fe High School at a makeshift memorial for a statewide moment of silence to recognize those killed and wounded in Friday’s shooting south of Houston. (May 21)

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Texas Community Holds Vigil for Shooting Victims

The community of Santa Fe gathered for a vigil to honor the victims of Friday’s shooting at Santa Fe High School. A 17-year-old armed with a shotgun and a pistol opened fire, killing 10 people, most of them students, authorities said. (May 18)

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TX Student: ‘All We Heard Was Run, Run’

A tenth-grade student and her mother described the tense moments during and after a deadly high school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas on Friday. Dakota Shrader says she heard alarms at her school and then people yelling to run. (May 18)

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Sheriff: 8-10 People killed in Texas Shooting

A Texas sheriff says that there are 8 to 10 fatalities in a Santa Fe high school shooting. He says most of the dead are students and two people, also believed to be students, have been detained. (May 18)

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How ‘Game of Thrones’ is taking years off graying Santa Fe

Part surreal Disney, part psychedelic penny arcade, ‘Meow Wolf, House of Eternal Return’ is what Salvador Dali might have built had he been tasked with designing a television game show. The attraction on the outskirts of Santa Fe was funded by “Game of Thrones” creator as part of a multi-million-dollar drive to revive that part of New Mexico.

Santa Fe’s Mayor Is Refusing To Comply With Trump’s Immigration Crackdown (HBO)

President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to block funding to sanctuary cities as part of his plan to remove criminal undocumented immigrants from the country. But Santa Fe, New Mexico Mayor Javier Gonzales says the city will not change its status as a city that provides sanctuary for undocumented workers. Running afoul of Trump’s plan could put the city at risk of losing $6.1 million in federal funding, or 2 percent of its annual budget.

“There’s no real, official or legal definition of what a sanctuary city is, and there’s all different kinds,” said Migration Policy Institute policy analyst Faye Hipsman. “Sanctuary policies can be passed by or adopted by cities, states, but also counties or even individual correction centers.”

Santa Fe’s sanctuary laws have been in place since 1999.

“These types of policies are policies that directly cut through the fabric of communities that are striving to create opportunity and equal access to the American dream,” Gonzales told VICE News correspondent Antonia Hylton.

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Back Alley Nurseries: Sex Workers of Bogotá

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In a corner of Santa Fe, one of Bogotá’s seedier neighborhoods, a woman named Luz Marina runs a nursery for the children of prostitutes who work in the city’s red light district. She charges $5 to look after babies and young children while their mothers sell their bodies, often for between $15 and $30. When the mothers can’t pay, Luz Marina doesn’t make a fuss, looking after their children for free. Over the years, women have left babies with her and never returned. For all her work helping children, she receives no assistance from the local government — she does it because nobody else will.

VICE News spent time with Luz Marina in Bogotá, documenting her nursery for Bogota’s forgotten children.

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