By Delphine Schrank TECUN UMAN, Guatemala (Reuters) - Hundreds of Central Americans in a U.S.-bound migrant caravan were stuck on Guatemala's border with Mexico on Saturday as efforts began, under.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
More than 2,000 Hondurans have vowed to march north towards the US despite President Donald Trump's warning to Mexican authorities not to allow migrants to cross its border from Guatemala. Credit: MailOnline - Published
A U.S.-bound caravan that once totaled more than 3,000 Central American migrants looked to be about a third that size Saturday morning, when its remaining members woke up on a bridge that divides the..
Honduran migrants Jairo Velazquez and Kelyn Godoy told Reuters they are "risking" their lives as they trek north to the U.S. to save themselves from hunger and corruption in their native country. Rough..
Thousands of Central American migrants traveling together to enter the United States have hunkered down in shelters in a southern Mexico city along its border with Guatemala, according to local.. Credit: DNA - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico (AP) — Despite Mexican efforts to stop them at the border, about 2,000 Central American migrants swam or rafted across a river separating that country from Guatemala, re-formed.. Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
Some 2,000 Central American migrants who managed to cross from Guatemala into Mexico have vowed to continue marching toward the US. President Donald Trump has politicized the caravan ahead of the.. Credit: Deutsche Welle - Published
Hundreds of mostly Honduran migrants began the long trek home on Saturday, some using free bus tickets from Central American authorities, while many more members of a stalled caravan remained in.. Credit: Reuters India - Published
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales said on Saturday some 2,000 members of a largely Honduran migrant caravan have returned home to Honduras, a day after thousands of people.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
About 2,000 Central American migrants who crossed a river from Guatemala into Mexico have voted, by way of a show of hands, to re-form their caravan and continue the push north toward the U.S. Credit: FOXNews.com - Published
The clash came on the eighth day of a procession of migrants that formed in northern Honduras and went through Guatemala, with many intending to reach the US. Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times