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US VP Harris announces migration funds after Mexico snubs Americas summit

US Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday announced another $1.9 billion in private-sector funding to boost jobs in hopes of reducing migration from Central...

Surge of migrants attempted US border crossing in June: police

The number of migrants caught by US authorities illegally crossing the Mexico border surged by 4.5 percent in June, despite predictions of a falloff...

UNHCR grants Costa Rica assistance to help Nicaraguan migrants

According to official data, there are currently 87,190 asylum seekers in Costa Rica, of which 80% are Nicaraguans and 7% Venezuelans.

UN commissioner in Costa Rica to evaluate response to Latin America refugee crisis

There are currently more than 87,000 applications for refuge in Costa Rica, of which 80% are from Nicaraguans and 7% are from Venezuelans, according to government data.

Red Cross working with Latin American authorities to address immigration

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) began a meeting with police delegates from 12 Latin American countries in Guatemala on Wednesday.

Migrants dreaming of US brave hellish Panamanian jungle odyssey

Some of those that make it to Panama, with the American dream still alive, have no regrets.

Peace vigils for Nicaragua continue in Costa Rica

Another vigil was held over the weekend in San José.

Refugee program for Central Americans ‘still on the drawing board’: US official

Six months after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced plans to expand options for Central Americans fleeing violence and persecution in their home countries, those plans have yet to emerge.

At Mexico-US border, pope decries migrant ‘tragedy’

"Injustice is radicalized in the young," Pope Francis said. "They are cannon fodder, persecuted and threatened when they try to flee the spiral of violence and the hell of drugs."

US Supreme Court to review Obama’s power on deportation policy

The United States Supreme Court said Tuesday it will decide whether President Barack Obama has the authority to declare that millions of immigrants living in the country illegally be allowed to remain and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation.

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