Over 100 children have returned to Honduras after authorities in Guatemala blocked the migrant caravan's advance towards the U.S.-Mexico border.Full Story
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Mexican agents are patrolling the Suchiate River, which divides Mexico from its neighboring country, to prevent migrants from crossing it.
The GMI spokesperson Alejandra Mena said that negotiations were held for the "voluntary return" to the El Florido border crossing and 500 minors are back at their homeland.
On Sunday morning, Hondurans were strongly repressed by members of the Guatemalan army and police.
The migrants left due to the severe economic crisis left by the pandemic and the passage of two hurricanes in November 2020.
"We are leaving because we lost everything due to the pandemic and the Eta and Iota hurricanes," the migrants assured.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, at least 397,000 Central American migrants have attempted to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
The primary elections are scheduled for March and general elections will be held in November.
The accusations were brought by prosecutors working on investigations against drug trafficker Geovanny Ramirez who was captured in Miami in March 2020.
President Juan Hernandez allocated over 40 percent of tax revenues to pay foreign debt creditors.