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Migration from Central America to the US drops by 75%

Migration from the countries of northern Central America to the United States has been reduced by more than 75% since last May, US interim Secretary of Security Chad Wolf said.

United States will send some Mexican asylum seekers to Guatemala, DHS says

Many international observers say the country -- with 60 percent poverty -- is in no shape to welcome refugees but simply signed the agreement under intense US pressure.

Rich nations urged to do ‘fair share’ at global refugee meet

The UN urged countries Tuesday to take joint responsibility for caring for surging numbers of displaced people, while wealthy nations faced criticism for not shouldering their "fair share" of the burden.

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.

Their future in the United States at stake, ‘Dreamers’ trek to Supreme Court

Only 12 years old when she arrived from Costa Rica, Fung Feng, now 30, has made her life in America. 

Twelve countries agree to address Venezuelan migration with humanitarian approach

Authorities "agreed to propose measures for the better management of the migratory process with emphasis on vulnerable populations."

US top court splits on high-stakes immigration debate

The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on President Barack Obama's deportation relief plan is due by late June.

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