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United States seeks agreement on migration with Latin America

The United States is seeking to reach a firm agreement with Latin American countries on migration ahead of the upcoming Summit of the Americas...

Nicaraguans Learn to Swim to Overcome the Rio Bravo and Reach the U.S.

In a swimming pool, students form two parallel lines and churn the waters, creating a turbulent channel. Nicaraguan Darling Molina is training to later...

Guatemala clarifies plan to face possible Honduran migrant caravan

Guatemalan authorities defined on Thursday a preventive and care plan for an eventual massive caravan of Honduran migrants that will try to reach the...

Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic want US to curb Haitian migration

The presidents of Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic called on the United States Wednesday to take "concrete measures" to curb the migration...

Mexico doesn’t want to be ‘migrant camp,’ president says

Tens of thousands of migrants, many of them Haitians who had been living in South America, have arrived in recent weeks in Mexico hoping to enter the United States.

American dream shattered: one Haitian’s journey to US border… and back

Many migrants have died trying to cross the area linking South and Central America. Conditions are difficult.

Mexico urges immediate US action on migration causes

Mexican authorities have arrested more than 147,000 undocumented migrants already this year -- three times more than in the same period of 2020, according to the National Migration Institute.

LatAm countries coordinate in face of irregular migration wave

Faced with the endless flow of migrants, the Colombian and Panamanian authorities set quotas to let 500 people pass a day.

‘Many didn’t make it’: Haitian migrants’ traumatic journey to Panama

So far in 2021, 64,000 migrants have crossed the jungle, including 18,000 in August alone, according to Panama's Security Minister Jean Pino.

US Supreme Court revives ‘Remain in Mexico’ immigration policy

Under the Remain in Mexico program, tens of thousands of non-Mexican asylum seekers were sent back over the border pending the outcome of their applications.

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