Honduras Headlines

  • Migrants won't see armed soldiers on border

    SAN DIEGO (AP) - As thousands of migrants in a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers converge on the doorstep of the United States, what they won't find are armed American soldiers standing guard. Instead they will see cranes installing towering panels of metal bars and troops wrapping concertina wire around ...

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  • Caravan migrants and worried families try to stay in touch

    There was cake at little Brithani Lizeth's third birthday party, and also tears. Though her grandmother and aunt tried to make their simple cinder block home festive, the little girl could not be consoled. She missed her parents. Orbelina Orellana and Elmer Alberto Cardona were hundreds...

    ABC News
  • Tijuana mayor: Caravan influx to last at least 6 months

    With about 3,000 Central American migrants now in the Mexican city of Tijuana, across from California, and thousands more expected, the city’s mayor says officials are preparing for an influx that will last at least six months and may have no end in sight

    Washington Post
  • Migrants in Tijuana feel squeeze from both sides of U.S. border

    Central American migrants on Mexico's northern border are coming under pressure from two sides as the Trump administration blocks asylum to anyone entering the United States illegally, while local politicians question whether they should be in Mexico.

    U.S.
  • Caravan migrants and worried families try to stay in touch

    Thousands of migrants in the caravan traveling through Mexico have relied on social media, text messages and brief phone calls to connect with worried loved ones back home as they traverse a country that can often be deadly for migrants

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Commander says U.S. military does not view Central American migrants as 'enemies'

    The commander of U.S. forces deployed in San Diego to fortify the southern border said he does not view the migrants from a Central American caravan amassing in Mexico as "enemies" after President Donald Trump described them as an "invasion."

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