A group of LGBT migrants arrived in Tijuana this weekend after reportedly breaking off from the larger U.S.-bound caravan due to verbal harassment and poor living conditions. About 76 LGBT members of caravan,
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The first Central American migrants from a caravan traveling through Mexico toward the United States in hopes of seeking asylum arrived in Mexico City on Sunday, taking up temporary
Juchitán, Mexico (CNN) — At 27 days old, Rachel had already traveled 316 miles with the migrant caravan, mostly in her mother Yesenia's arms. The pair left Guatemala with Yesenia's husband, Ernesto, and
The number of troops deployed at the border will be more than double the reported number of people in the migrant caravan. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday denied accusations that the Trump administration
Honduras ranks among the poorest nations in the world, where 6 in 10 homes are subject to extreme poverty. The United States military is deploying more than 5,000 troops - including armed soldiers - to
Those migrants who didn't join the caravan say they hope to catch up or start a new one. They say poverty and violence at home leave them no other option. Transcript DAVID GREENE, HOST: It's been more
In the Rivera Hernandez neighbourhood in southern San Pedro Sula, there are no official wars or borders. But the sprawling urban slum of breeze block houses is clearly divided up between seven opposing
Mexico deployed hundreds of police officers, helicopters and boats in a bid to halt the entry of about 1,500 mostly Honduran migrants, as the U.S. moved to beef up its own southern border. Mexico deployed
President Trump says he's going to cut aid to Central American countries that won't stop their residents from heading to the U.S. Many Hondurans welcome it, though they could lose crucial remittances.
Hondurans continue to flee their homeland for a better life up north. Their reasons for leaving include high crime, vicious gangs and few opportunities. Transcript LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: According
TAPANATEPEC, Mexico (AP) — The Mexican government seems torn between stopping several thousand Central American migrants from traveling toward the U.S. border in a caravan or burnishing its international
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico — The long line of men and women waded into the muddy waters of the Suchiate River. Holding onto a rope, they pulled themselves over the invisible line dividing Guatemala and Mexico.
Much of the political rhetoric surrounding the caravan is premised on the idea that the migrants know exactly where they’re going. In fact, many of them haven’t thought that far in advance. At four-thirty
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras — The passengers from American Airlines Flight 941 trickled out, alone, in couples and in groups — all but the small girl whose family was nervously awaiting her in the arrivals
HUIXTLA, Mexico - Edith Cruz was sitting at home in central Honduras, scanning Facebook on her phone, when she saw the post about the caravan on a community news page. It was Oct. 12. She and her cousin