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Mexico deports 2,300 US-bound Honduran refugees
Mexican migration authorities say they have deported 2,300 Honduran refugees who crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States.
Migrants cross Guatemala into Mexico after scuffles
Central American migrants entered Mexico from Guatemala in small groups on Saturday after clashes earlier in the day when dozens of people tried to force their way across the border and were pushed back by Mexican security forces.
More than 2,000 migrants enter Guatemala with Mexico in their sights
At least 2,200 people have entered Guatemala as part of a fast-growing US-bound caravan from Honduras, authorities said on Thursday, putting pressure on the region to satisfy Trump administration demands to curb illegal immigration.
US will send some Mexican asylum seekers to Guatemala: DHS
Mexicans seeking asylum in the United States could be deported to Guatemala, part of a controversial migration deal between the Central American nation and Washington, the US Department of Homeland Security told AFP Monday.
Guatemala declares state of siege after suspected drug dealers kill soldiers
Guatemala’s government on Wednesday declared a state of siege in five northeastern provinces in an effort to regain control after three soldiers were killed by suspected drug traffickers, authorities said.
Guatemala court blocks signing of migration deal with US
Guatemala's Constitutional Court late Sunday granted an injunction blocking President Jimmy Morales from signing a migration deal with the United States which would oblige it to offer asylum to migrants heading to the US border.
Guatemala election appears headed for runoff, former first lady Torres leads
Guatemala's presidential election appeared to be headed for a runoff as partial results on Monday gave center-left candidate Sandra Torres an early lead but far short of the majority needed to avoid a second round against a conservative rival.
At least 32 killed in Guatemala as truck plows into crowd
A truck crashed into a crowd of people in western Guatemala on Wednesday evening, killing at least 32 people, authorities said.
Guatemala to dismiss anti-graft UN commission early
The Guatemalan government has informed the United Nations (UN) of its intent to dismiss a UN-backed anti-corruption commission months ahead of the end of its term, accusing it of abusing its authority.
Migrant caravan halted after storming Guatemala-Mexico border
Thousands of migrants who forced their way through Guatemala's northwestern border and flooded onto a bridge leading to Mexico, where riot police battled them back, on Saturday waited at the border in the hope of continuing their journey to the US.
Guatemala's former intelligence chief acquitted of human rights violations
A Guatemala City court ruled on Wednesday that the crime of genocide had been perpetrated during the darkest hours of the country’s long civil war, but acquitted a former military intelligence chief of the killings.
Guatemala court rules for return of chief of anti-graft body
Guatemala’s constitutional court on Sunday made a provisional ruling by a unanimous vote to allow the chief of a United Nations-backed anti-graft body to return to the country, a judge told a news conference at the court.
Searching for deported parents in Guatemala, while children wait in US
A rumpled New York lawyer in khakis and a pin-stripe shirt is standing incongruously in the shaded plaza central of Chimaltenango, Guatemala.
Prosecutors again attempt to strip Guatemala's president of immunity
Guatemala’s attorney general and the UN-backed International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) moved on Friday to lift President Jimmy Morales’ immunity so he can be investigated for alleged illicit campaign financing.

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