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“The government of the republic reiterates that at no point it considers signing an agreement to convert Guatemala into a safe third country."
Both Guatemalan and U.S. government sources suspect Morales will offer his country up to asylum seekers as a safe third country.
The organization reported the crimes occurred during a peaceful action in defense of the Right of the Land, demanding that those responsible "be captured and receive an exemplary sentence” for the killings.
U.S. embassy in Guatemala tells the public over Twitter: 'It makes no sense to ... suffer so much just to be detained and deported' to prevent them from legally seeking U.S. asylum.
Guatemalan presidential candidates and the state prosecutor want to know where funds came from, and why the government isn't spending on social programs.
Among the detainees are 44 Hondurans, 23 Salvadorans, 25 Haitians, six Bangladeshis, five Cameroonians, three Mexicans, and three others who were not identified
The Supreme Electoral Tribunal can't explain why 23,000 extra votes were originally counted during the June presidential race.
U.S. authorities recently recognized extreme overcrowding and health risks at Border Patrol centers.
Surveillance on migrant shelters are causing fear and confusion among asylum seekers.