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A new migrant caravan plans to leave Honduras on January 15, and Mexico’s government is bracing for its arrival
A new migrant caravan plans to leave Honduras on January 15. Mexican and Central American authorities are trying to stop it.
Trump threatens to close the border over a new caravan forming in Honduras that reportedly isn’t even headed for the US
President Donald Trump warned of a new migrant caravan and vowed to close the US-Mexico border and withhold aid to Central American countries.
The US deported a man who said he feared for his life ‘on a daily basis’ in Honduras and was trying to seek asylum. He was found murdered....
A migrant who sought asylum in the United States, but was denied and deported back to Honduras in 2016, soon met the violent death he had feared.
People hadn’t set foot in this ancient ‘lost city’ in the Honduran jungle for 500 years. Now the government is fighting to save it.
The Honduras government is fighting to save the Moskitia rainforest, home to an ancient "White City" that remained untouched for 500 years.
Countries were ranked on prevalence of terrorism, homicide, organized crime and unreliable or corrupt police forces by the World Economic Forum.
Thousands of migrant children are trekking hundreds of miles in a caravan to the US. These powerful pictures show their difficult journey.
The caravan of migrants traveling through Mexico to the US has often been characterized as a threat — but a huge chunk of them are young children.
A caravan of thousands of migrants from Central America continued their journey through southern Mexico on Tuesday on their way to the US border.
A variety of conspiracy theories and misleading claims have sprung up around the migrant caravan in Mexico
Conspiracies about a migrant caravan making its way through Central America and Mexico have flourished in recent days with the help of prominent conservatives.
The Central American caravan has swelled to an estimated 7,000 migrants. Despite Trump’s threats, it’s heading north toward the US border....
The caravan first set out from Honduras on October 13 as a group of 160 migrants, but grew to a massive group after word spread. The migrants have told media outlets they're fleeing their home countries due to crippling poverty and widespread violence.