Mexico’s Foreign Minister Pledges $30 million in Aid for Northern Triangle Countries

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10/12/2018

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s foreign minister says his country will contribute more than $30 million over five years to a regional development program for the so-called Northern Triangle region of Central America, the source of the migrant caravans. Marcelo Ebrard said Monday in a series of tweets that Mexico is committed to cooperating with …

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Northern Triangle Isn’t Living Up To Its Murderous Reputation Lately

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06/12/2018

Homicide rates in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras have historically far exceeded that of the world’s other developing nations, and it’s this murderous climate which has driven so many to migrate to other countries. Fortunately though, despite the ongoing issues with poverty, corruption, and drug trafficking, the homicide rates of Central America’s Northern Triangle countries …

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AMLO To Advocate For Central American Migrants In Negotiations With President Trump

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05/12/2018

Less than a week since his inauguration, Mexico’s new president Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) is proving his commitment to his promise to advocate for the disadvantaged that he made on the campaign trail and throughout his transition period. This time, though, he’s advocating for Central American migrants’ employment opportunities – but this won’t fix …

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Southern Mexico and the Northern Triangle should get more support from the North American Development Bank, writes Dan Runde

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23/11/2018

Writing for The Hill, Dan Runde of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington explains that a rapid increase in development funds is needed to address the widespread violence, poverty and corruption driving so many to migrate from Southern Mexico and Central America’s Northern Triangle. The United States should put the North American …

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