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Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala are among the most violent and impoverished countries in the Americas, prompting many people to leave in search of a better life. Every year, thousands of migrants -especially Central Americans- venture to cross Mexico and reach the United States, often risking their ...
Instead, Mujica called on the United States to use its influence to pressure Central American governments to address the root causes of the migrant crisis, especially the violence that in recent years has pushed hundreds of Central Americans to arrive at the U.S. border, many of the women and children, and ...

For about two weeks, hundreds of Central American immigrants – many of whom are Hondurans escaping the political crisis and gang violence in the country – have traveled in a caravan toward Mexico City and the United States. Once they reach their destinations, they hope to receive asylum and start ...
Hundreds of Central American migrants stuck in southern Mexico say they hope to continue moving northward in the coming days. News of the caravan drew the ire of President Trump. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: Hundreds of Central American migrants stuck in southern Mexico say they hope to keep ...
For about 10 days, a huge caravan of at least 1,200 Central Americans has inched closer to Mexico City (where many will seek asylum) and the United States. Organized by Pueblos Sin Fronteras, the caravan is supposed to shield the large group from the usual perils that lie in wait. In the last few days ...
Oaxaca, Mexico - After a series of fiery tweets by US President Donald Trump and heightened media attention, the Mexican government has announced it will disperse the Refugee Caravan of more than a thousand individuals fleeing violence and other harsh conditions in Central America, prompting many ...

For five days now hundreds of Central Americans — children, women, and men, most of them from Honduras — have boldly crossed immigration checkpoints, military bases, and police in a desperate, sometimes chaotic march toward the United States. Despite their being in Mexico without authorization, no ...
It is when non-violent immigrants caught by Border Patrol agents are registered, given a court date, and set free. It happens frequently in the Rio Grande Valley. Today at the McAllen Bus Station about 50 of some 150 Central Americans got off at the bus station en route to the Sacred Heart Respite Center.
Central Americans are not a homogenous group. In Guatemala, significant indigenous communities still predominate in the highlands. Belize, a former British colony, has creole, Mayan mestizo and Garifuna communities. History has had an impact as much as the gene pool. Revolution in Nicaragua and ...
After the 'Trump effect' slowed illegal immigration, numbers rise again as Central Americans fear conditions at home. Molly Hennessy-Fiske. By Molly Hennessy-Fiske. Feb 07, 2018 | 3:45 PM. | McAllen, Texas. After the 'Trump effect' slowed illegal immigration, numbers rise again as Central Americans. A U.S. Border Patrol ...
Just a week ago, another 174 Central Americans were caught in operations in the Mexican states of Coahuila and Tamaulipas. Amnesty International recently reported that Mexico deports thousands of Central Americans without taking into account their potential rights to treatment as refugees, such as ...
Amnesty International recently reported that Mexico deports thousands of Central Americans without taking into account their potential rights to treatment as refugees. — Reuters picMEXICO CITY, Feb 4 — Mexico has taken into custody more than 300 Central American men, women and children who were ...
We already knew that Donald Trump's opinion of Mexicans and Central Americans is based entirely on racism and xenophobia. We've known this since at least June 2015, when then–candidate Trump made those awful comments about Mexicans being rapists, drug dealers, and criminals. Trump recently ...
Mexico: 65 Central Americans Found in Cramped Bus Cargo Hold. Authorities in Mexico say they have discovered 65 Central American migrants crowded inside the cargo hold of a passenger bus in the northern city of Saltillo. Jan. 27, 2018, at 2:51 p.m.. Mexico: 65 Central Americans Found in Cramped Bus Cargo Hold.
Migrants from Honduras rest in the shade beside train tracks in Chahuites, Mexico. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 24 January 2018. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share to Email. Increases text size - Decreases ...
Based on a survey that captured 500 experiences of Central Americans travelling through Mexico, Amnesty International found that the National Institute of Migration (INM) is systematically violating the non-refoulementprinciple, a binding pillar of international and Mexican law that prohibits the return of ...
In November, an articulate and sharp 10-year old girl burst into tears wondering how many more holiday seasons she had left with her parents. Ronyde Christina Ponthieux, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, had just found out the Trump administration canceled the program allowing them to lawfully and ...

U ncertainty and fear are rising in Central American countries over how many families will manage to get by when remittances from the US are cut off under plans by the Trump administration to make tens of thousands of Salvadorans and Nicaraguans leave. “I hope the American dream doesn't end, that it ...
MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's National Migration Institute (INM) violated the human rights of 122 undocumented Central Americans, including minors, by lodging them in facilities in the eastern state of Veracruz not acceptable for migrants. The National Commission for Human Rights (NHRC) documented that ...
The Department of Homeland Security announced the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nearly 200,000 Salvadorans this week, making El Salvador the fourth country to lose protection under the Trump administration. Salvadorans make up the largest population with TPS. They were ...
The Trump administration announced plans Monday to end protections dating back to 2001, which have allowed at least 260,000 immigrants from El Salvador to stay in the U.S. with temporary legal status, The Wall Street Journal reported. A statement from the Department of Homeland Security noted that ...
On Sunday, authorities received a tip that led them to arrest 228 Central Americans and one Mexican in Tamaulipas. On Monday, officials reported that they stopped three more operations. Authorities detained 40 Hondurans in Veracruz, 43 Central Americans in Tamaulipas, and 41 in Tobasco.
Thousands of Salvadorans, Hondurans and Haitians await decision on Temporary Protected Status. Nicaraguans must leave in 2019 or face ...
Over 400,000 people from 13 different countries including El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti and Nicaragua are able to live in the United States ...
... but we should not be sleeping on the Trump administration's new deportation measures for Central Americans, since they're particularly cruel ...
On Nov. 6, the Trump administration announced it's ending a program that shielded more than 5,000 Nicaraguans from deportation. After living ...
Washington (CNN) The Trump administration will end the protected immigration status of thousands of Central Americans who have been living ...
WASHINGTON — More than 300,000 Central Americans and Haitians living in the United States under a form of temporary permission no ...
In this Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, photo, Iris Acosta, a 51-year-old hotel housekeeper from Honduras, pauses for photos in her sister's ...
FILE: Residents pass by a grafitti made by the Mara Salvatrucha gang in the MS-13-controlled El Bosque neighborhood in Tegucigalpa, ...
Iris Acosta has spent the last two decades enrolled in an immigration program that has helped her get a work permit, put three children through ...
Mexico is also grappling with a sharp increase in asylum requests from Central Americans, which tripled between 2012 and 2015. Green said ...
On Oct. 12, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions claimed that America's asylum process was “subject to rampant abuse and fraud,” that migrants ...
Hundreds of thousands of people living and working legally in the United States — most of them from El Salvador, Haiti and Honduras — may ...
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians and Central Americans who fled violence and natural disasters and were welcomed into the U.S. through ...
A form of legal immigration status will expire soon for 300,000 Haitians and Central Americans residing legally in the United States, some for ...
And the president's demand that Central Americans fleeing violence and persecution — primarily in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala ...
Washington D.C., Oct 18, 2017 / 05:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- As a temporary immigration permit program for families fleeing violence in Honduras and El ...
Indeed, Mexican deportations of Central Americans have increased enormously since the country implemented a series of migration and ...
A Honduran man was charged with transporting 15 illegal immigrants into Vermont via the northern border. (AP Photo/Alison Redlich). Loading.
This has certainly been the case for US-based Central Americans, who are either cast in a negative light or unacknowledged. The emergence ...
David Joles, Star Tribune University of Minnesota senior Abena Abraham has relied on a temporary deportation reprieve for Liberians.
It's made up predominantly of Central Americans. But it's seen more broadly as a Hispanic gang. It's not made up. It's a violent, merciless ...
They are Mexican citizens recently deported from the United States, undocumented Central Americans and Haitian nationals who have found ...
The tour has raised eyebrows in the past, viewed as being a kind of boot camp that trains Mexicans and Central Americans on how to sneak ...
Puerto Ricans were the first Latino immigrants in that gateway city, and while the community is now made up of mostly Central Americans, the ...
As Central Americans rushed across the Rio Grande in 2014, they ... “Often times Central Americans like Nelson and Norlan will have a mix of ...
The project, titled Witness the Isthmus: Central Americans in Houston ... And the project is so necessary, because Central Americans hardly see ...
The presidents of Honduras and El Salvador have publicly called on the U.S. to renew TPS designations for their citizens. By. QCR Staff.
Even in the modern era where the slightest frustration between two teams is branded a rivalry or clasico, Panama and Mexico doesn't qualify.


 

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