Updated Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 22:43

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Filomena arrived in Zicuilapa 13 years ago with her husband, a native of the place. As he climbed the dirt road to his new home, he saw several cables hanging from wooden poles. He trusted, as his partner had said, that there was electricity in the town, but at nightfall nothing was visible. "He told me there was a blackout. Days later I found out that it was a lie and that the wires were telephone." Used to live with energy, the change was so abrupt that Filomena left Zicuilapa, h

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