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  • Coyotes crossing families at part of the border where wall cannot be built

    Coyotes crossing families at part of the border where wall cannot be built

    In Arizona, coyotes have resumed the illegal crossing of Central American families in one section of the U.S.- Mexico border where a wall cannot be built. Grecia Lastra has more details.
  • U.S. embassy in Mexico issues warning against ‘coyote’ scams

    U.S. embassy in Mexico issues warning against ‘coyote’ scams

    The US embassy in Mexico is issuing a new warning to migrants trying to cross the border. They say that ‘coyotes’ are trying to lure more people into making the dangerous crossing, even though they know these groups will be sent back as soon as they reach the other side.
  • Coyote trafficking in Guatemala

    Coyote trafficking in Guatemala

    Many migrants desperate to get to the United States are willing to go to extreme measures, like paying a coyote or a human smuggler to traffic them across the border. UNews sat down with a coyote in Guatemala to hear first-hand how they recruit clients.
  • “Hold onto your children,” Pence tells Central Americans

    “Hold onto your children,” Pence tells Central Americans

    In a meeting with the presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, the vice president said Central America had to do more to police its borders and crack down on ‘coyotes.’
    David C Adams
  • Contrabandistas abren huecos que permiten el paso de migrantes en el nuevo muro fronterizo de Trump

    Contrabandistas abren huecos que permiten el paso de migrantes en el nuevo muro fronterizo de Trump

    Fuentes dijeron al diario The Washington Post que los boquetes tienen tamaños que permiten perfectamente el paso de personas y cargamentos de droga. Presumen que son abiertos con sierras comunes que pueden comprarse en cualquier tienda de herramientas.
  • Así fueron las últimas horas del adolescente guatemalteco que murió bajo custodia de la Patrulla Fronteriza

    Así fueron las últimas horas del adolescente guatemalteco que murió bajo custodia de la Patrulla Fronteriza

    El video obtenido por ProPublica muestra que la Patrulla Fronteriza detuvo a un adolescente enfermo en una celda sin la atención médica adecuada y no descubrió su cuerpo hasta que su compañero de celda alertó a los guardias. Las imágenes no coinciden con la historia de la Patrulla Fronteriza de su muerte.
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    Robert Moore, Susan Schmidt y Maryam Jameel (ProPublica)
  • Guatemala's "embryonic" asylum system lacks capacity to serve as safe U.S. partner, experts say

    Guatemala's "embryonic" asylum system lacks capacity to serve as safe U.S. partner, experts say

    The acting secretary of Homeland Security, Kevin McAleenan, visited Guatemala this week to discuss the implementation of a so-called 'safe third country' agreement to reduce the avalanche of asylum cases at the border. But experts wonder if a poor country, ravaged by violence like Guatemala, is an appropriate immigration partner.
    David C Adams
  • Goodbye, Mr. Trump

    Goodbye, Mr. Trump

    For decades, the dream for many Mexicans was to work in the United States. Gradually, however, travel to the north became harder. Now many have had enough and they are leaving the country in droves.
    Jorge Ramos
  • Children as passports, the phenomenon behind the humanitarian crisis on the border

    Children as passports, the phenomenon behind the humanitarian crisis on the border

    In a time of “zero tolerance,” arriving at the US border with a child in tow has become the best means of entry for tens of thousands of Central American migrants. While President Trump tries by any and all means to close the border to those desperately fleeing their country because of violence and lack of opportunities, the border area is overwhelmed by the massive arrival of families. Civic and religious groups are trying to handle the humanitarian emergency.
    Lorena Arroyo
  • 48 arrests in 2 hours: migrant apprehensions continue to rise at El Paso border crossing

    48 arrests in 2 hours: migrant apprehensions continue to rise at El Paso border crossing

    In January, detentions along this portion of the U.S.-Mexico border were cause for alarm: the number of detained families was up 1,600% compared to one year earlier. In February the increase was even greater. The Border Patrol says the surge is unprecedented.
    Patricia Clarembaux
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