Migrant crisis overshadows Mike Pence's Central America tour

United States Vice President Mike Pence has been in Guatemala, on the final leg of his tour of Central America.

    United States Vice President Mike Pence has been in Guatemala, on the final leg of his tour of Central America.

    The vice president's trip was intended to focus on trade and security, but the worsening migrant crisis in both North and South America have overshadowed his tour and will top the agenda during the vice president's talks with the presidents of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports.


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