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Blinken travels to Panama seeking consensus on curbing illegal migration

U.S. Chief of Staff Antony Blinken will prepare the ground for the Summit of the Americas by attending a regional meeting on migration in...

Hundreds of migrants leave Honduras in caravan to US

Hundreds of people departed Saturday from San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, in a new caravan of migrants with intentions of seeking better living conditions...

Mexican migrant tragedy: A Guatemalan mother’s grief

Giovani Raymundo, 18, kissed his mother goodbye last week, setting off before sunrise from their remote Guatemalan village on a dangerous journey in search...

Poverty and violence push 378,000 Central Americans north each year

A joint report published by the World Food Programme (WFP), Migration Policy Institute (MPI), and Civic Data Design Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of...

Costa Rica dismantles a trafficking network of Cuban migrants

Costa Rican authorities dismantled on Tuesday a network dedicated to the trafficking of Cuban migrants entering from Panama and intending to reach the United States or Mexico.

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.

The US asks Central America for cooperation against irregular immigration

To combat this phenomenon, the United States "must understand" that the countries of the region need "the support and competition of their government."

Central America, US discuss strengthening borders to contain undocumented immigration

Plans include strengthening border security in Guatemala and Mexico with the assistance of US agents.

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