Residents watch the rising flood waters of the Copiapó River, in Copiapó, northern Chile. Photo: AP Photo/Aton Chile

Tey-Marie Astudillo

Tey-Marie Astudillo is a backpack journalist and videographer currently reporting from Latin America. She contributes to a wide variety of media sources, news outlets and publications around the world and also shoots, edits and produces videos for newswire services, private businesses and non-profit organizations. Her work has been featured on CNN Travel, The Military Times, AOL Politics Daily, Travel Wire Asia, McClatchy, New Delhi Television Limited, RT Ruptly, Asian Correspondent, Northwest Indiana Times,, Treasure Coast Newspapers, Austin Weekly News, Chicago Journal and Zoomin.TV – among others. She holds a master’s from Nothwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a bachelor’s in Multimedia and Communication Studies from Florida Atlantic University.

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Decision on sea access will shape Bolivia's economic future

The Hague’s impending decision on whether it has jurisdiction to rule on a case concerning Bolivia’s sovereign access to the sea could, and most certainly will, have a great impact on Bolivia...