Honduras

Juan González: There Are Refugees In Desperate Need Of Help In Airports Across The United States

Co-host Juan González was at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport this past Sunday, where he encountered Central American refugee families recently released from detention centers. The families, who were from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, had been...
Related topics: Airports, Guatemala, El Salvador

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Honduran Forces Fire On Students, 5 Hurt: Officials

Honduran military police opened fire on protesting students at a university on Monday, wounding at least five, campus and hospital officials said. Hundreds of students at the National Autonomous University of Honduras were demanding the resignation...
Related topics: Military, Police, Protests

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"migration Is Part Of The Model": The Real Roots Of Central America's Migrant Crisis

When the average American thinks about Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, their initial impression is typically that these are destitute countries overrun by crime, poverty and malnutrition, with central governments that are, at best, only...
Related topics: Guatemala, El Salvador

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What We Don’t Know About Mexico’s Efforts To Stop Migrants

OK, it’s been only little more than 10 days since Donald Trump told us that Mexico had agreed to move aggressively to stop immigrants from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras that aim to pass through Mexico for the U.S. border. How is the plan...
Related topics: Mexico, Donald Trump, Guatemala, El Salvador

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U.s. Vows No New Foreign Aid To Central America Without Migrant Action

The Trump administration said it will not allow new funding to El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala until those countries reduce migrant flows to the U.S.
Related topics: El Salvador, Guatemala

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U.s. Eases Up, Won't Cut Aid Entirely To El Salvador, Guatemala, And Honduras

Just hours after announcing that the U.S. planned on cutting off aid to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, the State Department on Monday night said it will move forward with $432 million in projects and grants already approved by Congress. The...
Related topics: El Salvador, Guatemala

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1.3 Percent Of All Central Americans In The Northern Triangle Were Apprehended By Border Patrol...

Border Patrol apprehensions of Central Americans from the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras rose again this month to 444,509, so far this fiscal year (FY).  According to United Nations population estimates, U.S....
Related topics: El Salvador, Guatemala

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Why People Flee Honduras

Hundreds and sometimes thousands at a time, Honduran migrants have joined caravans of Central Americans making their way north through Mexico to seek refuge in the United States. They arrive at the southern border only to face stricter asylum rules...
Related topics: Mexico

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‘i Can No Longer Continue To Live Here’

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — In a small town tucked in the hills outside Tegucigalpa, there is a stuffed gray bunny rabbit that knows a little girl’s secrets. “I tell him all my things,” she says. “About how I’m doing, and when I feel sad.”...
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Journalism In The Americas Is More Dangerous Than Ever

Freedom of the press has worsened all over the world in the last year, but nowhere more than in North and South America, according to Reporters Without Borders’ 2019 Index. In Honduras and Venezuela, journalists have fled increasing violence and...
Related topics: Venezuela

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Us And Iran: What's Left To Talk About?; Liverpool Wins In Madrid

Protests continue to grow in Honduras; US-Mexico trade, migration negotiations; Trump hypocritical Pride tweet
Related topics: Iran, Spain, Madrid, Protests, Mexico

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Mexico Starts Negotiating After Trump Slaps Them With Tariffs Over Illegal Immigration

A group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally are loaded on to a van, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Granjeno, Texas. At least six local, state and federal law enforcement agencies patrol the five...
Related topics: Mexico, El Salvador

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In The Mailbox: 05.31.19

— compiled by Wombat-socho OVER THE TRANSOM EBL: Super Sexy Bill Barr Twitchy: No Big Deal, Just Protesters Setting Fire To The U.S. Embassy In Tegucigalpa, Honduras Louder With Crowder: Charlamagne Tha God Compares Fauxcahontas To Rachel...
Related topics: Protests, Tegucigalpa

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Honduras President, Others Targets Of Dea Investigation

NEW YORK — U.S. federal court documents show Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández and some of his closest advisers were among the targets of a Drug Enforcement Administration investigation.A document filed by prosecutors on Tuesday in...

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Five Foreign Nationals Killed In Small Plane Crash In Honduras - Reports

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - A small plane crashed near the island of Roatan, Honduras, on Saturday, killing all five people — four Canadians and a US pilot — onboard, media reported.
Related topics: Argentina, Buenos Aires

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Five Foreigners Die In Plane Crash Off Honduras

Five foreigners including the pilot died Saturday when their private plane crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Roatan island, a tourist destination on the Atlantic coast of Honduras, local authorities said. Officials gave...

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A Border Patrol Agent Rescued A 7-year-old From Drowning In The Rio Grande

A group of immigrants from Honduras were illegally crossing the Rio Grande last Friday when the inflatable kiddie pools they were using as rafts capsized. One of the five children in the group was a 7-year-old boy who was being swept away from his...

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Brian Kilmeade: "guatemala And Honduras Are Looking To Empty Out The People That Are On Their...

STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): As the drug czar told us yesterday those people are being used in many cases as pawns because the cartels help the people go across so that while they're going across and the agents are processing them in that spot, a couple...
Related topics: Guatemala

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Amid Crisis, Ports Process 34% Fewer Central Americans

For the first time ever, two countries—Guatemala and Honduras—have surpassed Mexico as the top nations of origin for immigrants apprehended crossing illegally into the United States. Along with El Salvador, immigrants from three Northern...
Related topics: Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador

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The Exception That Is Costa Rica

LIBERIA, Costa Rica — In the ongoing U.S. debate about immigration, the Central American countries of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala are mainly in the news because many of those crossing our border from Mexico are from these nations. Why...
Related topics: Costa Rica, Liberia, Debate, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico

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