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Honduras to charge Syrians using false documents to get to US

The five Syrian men arrested in Honduras and the Syrian woman arrested in Costa Rica this week are being treated as undocumented migrants. Authorities said there was no sign they had any ties to the Islamic State group or other extremist organizations.

US appeals court rules against Obama’s immigration plan

A federal appeals court on Monday ruled against U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to shield up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Sad homecoming for Haitians deported from Dominican Republic

Under a tough new immigration law, the Dominican Republic has been systematically arresting Haitians and dumping them at the border to start life over.

U.S., Mexican scholars launch ambitious dialogue on Central America migration issues

Three Latin America-focused think tanks have teamed up to publish the first seven of a planned 15 policy briefs analyzing various aspects of Central American and Mexican migration at its points of departure, transit and settlement in both Mexico and the United States.

Trump tangles with Latino newsman, launches fresh attacks on GOP rivals

U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump booted the nation's top Latino newsman out of his news conference Tuesday evening, but moments later he let Univision's Jorge Ramos reclaim his seat in the front row, and the two men sparred passionately about illegal immigration.

France’s most famous white supremecist, Jean-Marie Le Pen, booted from his far-right party

Jean-Marie Le Pen, who said the Ebola virus could "solve" Europe's immigration problem, finally proved too controversial for the political party he founded.

Tico brewer avenges Trump comments on immigrants

A Costa Rican-owned brewery pulled its beer from the Chicago Trump Hotel bar after The Donald's inflammatory comments about immigrants. Then it avenged all Latinos by changing the beer's name.

Tico migrants shipwrecked in Caribbean en route to US are still missing

Three Costa Rican nationals who were trying to reach Miami from the Bahamas were reported missing last April 11.

Boat skipper facing mass murder charge over migrant disaster

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has described the traffickers who packed their human cargo into the boat as akin to 18th-century slave traders. Hundreds of the victims, including an unknown number of children, will have died in hellish circumstances having been locked in the hold or the middle deck of the 20-meter boat.

‘No more excuses,’ EU official warns as another migrant boat sinks

Some 11,000 migrants have been rescued since the middle of last week alone and current trends suggest last year's total of 170,000 landing in Italy is likely to be exceeded in 2015. The issue of who handles these migrants -- for asylum or repatriation -- is hugely sensitive, with Italy complaining that its E.U. partners are not doing enough.

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