Sandra Cuffe

Sandra Cuffe

Sandra Cuffe is a freelance journalist based in Central America, where she covers human rights, social movements, environmental issues and militarisation.

Mexico

After resting in Mexico City, caravan ready to continue north

Some 5,000 Central Americans rested in makeshift refugee camp in city's stadium to prepare for next leg of journey.

After resting in Mexico City, caravan ready to continue north

Immigration

'The last call': Searching for missing relatives on migrant route

Tens of thousands of US-bound migrants and refugees have gone missing while crossing borders, rights groups say.

'The last call': Searching for missing relatives on migrant route

Human Rights

Honduran survivor of migrant massacre joins caravan for safety

A survivor of a 2010 massacre of migrant group, Billy Martinez makes the trek again, hoping to find safety in numbers.

Honduran survivor of migrant massacre joins caravan for safety

United States

Migrant caravan parents sue Trump over proposed border policy

Parents of six minors travelling through Mexico are plaintiffs in a case filed against Trump and other officials.

Migrant caravan parents sue Trump over proposed border policy

Latin America

Honduran mother holds husband's death papers on way to US border

Orvelina Melendez witnessed her husband's murder. Now on US-bound caravan, she hopes to provide for family, sick son.

Honduran mother holds husband's death papers on way to US border

Honduras

Honduran killed in Mexican border crackdown on migrant caravan

Police fired rubber bullets, tear gas as more than 1,000 migrants and refugees attempted to cross border into Mexico.

Honduran killed in Mexican border crackdown on migrant caravan

Latin America

Honduran migrant caravan joined by other Latin American nationals

Group departs from El Salvador as others across Mexico and Central America join thousands on US-bound caravan.

Honduran migrant caravan joined by other Latin American nationals

Mexico

Honduran caravan pushes forward after Mexican police standoff

Thousands of migrants and refugees move ahead after police roadblock in southern Mexico brought journey to standstill.

Honduran caravan pushes forward after Mexican police standoff

Honduras

Honduran caravan remains determined despite renewed Trump threats

Still more than a 1,500km from the US border, thousands of migrants and refugees continue to trek north.

Honduran caravan remains determined despite renewed Trump threats

Latin America

Honduran caravan met with outpouring of support in Guatemala

Thousands of migrants and refugees headed to the US find temporary shelter and help as they pass through Guatemala.

Honduran caravan met with outpouring of support in Guatemala

Human Rights

Crackdown on Honduran migrant caravan 'against international law'

Rights groups warn government responses to Central American migrants, refugees going to US may violate international law

Crackdown on Honduran migrant caravan 'against international law'

Latin America

Honduran women find safety in numbers in migrant caravan

Thousands of Hondurans facing violence and unemployment cross into Guatemala heading for Mexico.

Honduran women find safety in numbers in migrant caravan