Record Breaking Drug Bust in Salvadoran Seas

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19/11/2018
Posted in El Salvador

Four seafaring Colombians and one Guatemalan – along with their cargo – were apprehended in the Pacific by the navy of El Salvador. To date, this is the largest Salvadoran drug bust since 1993, at 6.3 metric tons of cocaine. “MEXICO CITY (AP) — El Salvador’s navy has seized 6.3 metric tons of cocaine from …

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Tijuana Has Effectively Become A Waiting Room for US-Bound Central American Migrants

Posted by Editor
18/11/2018

As the Central American migrant caravan reaches the US-Mexico border, US facilities that were designed to handle a “trickle” are quickly reaching capacity as migrants begin to flood the camps at the border. And although the journey through Latin America is complete at this point, the physical border, the outrageous amount of paperwork and growing …

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Revelations Of Controversial Text Messages That Were Saved on Berta Cáceres’ Telephone

Posted by Editor
17/11/2018
Posted in Honduras

TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS: A law firm that submitted the cell phone content of environmentalist Berta Cáceres, murdered in March 2016, presented this week a paper which contains a series of controversial digital chats featuring conversations that the deceased indigenous leader maintained with distinct people in her circle which were analyzed by investigated forensic experts. The paper, …

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Central American Migrant Caravan Approaches Mexico’s Capital

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05/11/2018

Thousands of Central America migrants making their way to the US-Mexico border are beginning to trickle into Mexico City. So far, the migrant caravan has received generous support from a sympathetic Mexican public and government, but increasing numbers may be straining Mexican hospitality. “Mexico’s government said on Saturday that around 5,000 migrants were still winding …

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