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  • Quake strikes Mexico and Guatemala

  • Reports from Guatemala say two people have died in an earthquake which rocked parts of Mexico and could be felt as far south as El Salvador.
  • Guatemala rebel guilty of killings

  • A court in Guatemala has sentenced a former rebel leader to a long prison sentence for ordering the murder of 22 pro-government farmers in 1988.
  • Central America presses Biden on migrant rights as U.S. vows aid

  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden delivers a speech at the UN-controlled buffer zone in NicosiaBy Mike McDonald GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Central American leaders on Friday pressed visiting U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden to improve migrant rights, even as the United States committed tens of millions of dollars in extra aid to the region in a bid to stem a surge of illegal immigration. The White House said the United States would launch a $40 million program to improve security in Guatemala to reduce pressures fueling migration to the United States and a $25 million program to provide services to youth in El Salvador who are vulnerable to organized-crime pressure. ...



  • Biden in Central America to discuss migrant crisis

  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden turns to Guatemala's President Otto Perez Molina during a news conference at the National Palace in Guatemala City, Friday, June 20, 2014. The Obama administration moved Friday to stem a flood of Central American children and families that has overwhelmed the U.S. immigration system, dispatching Biden to the region to warn against the perils of the trip and announcing that it will start to detain families at the border instead of releasing them on their own recognizance. (AP Photo/Luis Soto)GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — The Obama administration moved Friday to stem a flood of Central American children and families that has overwhelmed the U.S. immigration system, sending Vice President Joe Biden to the region to warn against the perils of the trip and announcing it will start to detain families at the border instead of releasing them on their own recognizance.



  • Biden flies to Central America amid migrant crisis

  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a joint press conference with Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Biden met with Santos just three days after Colombia's president won re-election in what was widely seen as an endorsement of talks to end the Western Hemisphere's last sizable armed conflict.(AP Photo/Javier Galeano)GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — The Obama administration moved Friday to stem a flood of Central American children and families that has overwhelmed the U.S. immigration system, dispatching Vice President Joe Biden to the region to warn against the perils of the trip and announcing that it will start to detain families at the border instead of releasing them on their own recognizance.



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