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The migrants still in Tecun Uman have decided to wait for more travelers to arrive with the hope of having a better chance of advancing in large numbers.

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The Mexican Secretariat for Home Affairs reasserted its decision not to grant transit permits to Central American migrants.

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The U.S. pressured El Salvador (Sept. 20), Guatemala (July 26), and Honduras (Sept. 25) to sign safe-third country type-deals, threatening them with sanctions and to cut off aid.

Since 2015, when the project began, taekwondo and other self-defense techniques have gained a popularity among women in Tipulcan that would have been unthinkable before. But it hasn’t been an easy task.

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"It is not conceivable to send asylum seekers in a country where the murder rate is five times that of the U.S.," rights groups said.

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Guatemala’s Interior Minister Enrique Degenhart says the government is considering declaring a state of seige in Solola after centuries' old land, water dispute erupts again. 

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruling limits the rights of Central American children and puts them at further risk.

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Despite having lived more than 44 states of exception over the last two decades, Guatemala is about to be declared a "safe territory" for asylum seekers.

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The state of siege law gives the military new powers to arrest and interrogate suspects and prohibits organized protests in the targeted areas. 

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