Women's Rights

In Honduras, women fight for access to the morning-after pill

The morning-after pill has been banned for 10 years. Honduran groups are demanding access and working to change stigma.

In Honduras, women fight for access to the morning-after pill

Latin America

Ten years after coup, Hondurans flee amid violence and repression

Thousands of Hondurans have fled the country in recent months as a government crackdown on protests continues.

Ten years after coup, Hondurans flee amid violence and repression

Latin America

Honduras schools, hospitals 'falling apart' from lack of funding

Ninety percent of public schools in the country are facing an infrastructure crisis and hospitals are turning away patients.

Latin America

Honduras protest crackdown: Five things to know

Protests against President Juan Orlando Hernandez are likely to continue as the anniversary of the 2009 coup approaches.

Honduras protest crackdown: Five things to know

Latin America

Honduran president sends military as protests continue

At least two people were killed in overnight protests against the administration of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

Honduran president sends military as protests continue

Asylum Seekers

Guatemalan officials, analysts slam US 'safe third country' plan

Analysts say Guatemala lacks conditions for safety of its own population, let alone asylum seekers from other countries.

Guatemalan officials, analysts slam US 'safe third country' plan

Immigration

As promised, Trump slashes aid to Central America over migrants

Critics of the plan argue it is cruel to cut off aid to governments grappling with hunger and violence.

As promised, Trump slashes aid to Central America over migrants

Latin America

Migrant Caravan: Hundreds using secret convoys

Convoys of trucks that head out from a little guarded border point between Guatemala and Mexico are controlled by people smugglers.

Mexico

'We can't become the wall': Rights groups decry US-Mexico deal

Rights activists, migrants fear what the recent Mexico-US migration deal means for thousands fleeing poverty, violence.

'We can't become the wall': Rights groups decry US-Mexico deal

Latin America

'No other option': Climate change driving many to flee Guatemala

Juan de Leon Gutierrez, 16, left his eastern Guatemala home due to years of drought. He died in US custody weeks later.

'No other option': Climate change driving many to flee Guatemala

Asylum Seekers

US: Young migrants seeking legal status sue Trump administration

In latest lawsuit of its kind, four young migrants say the US government is unfairly denying their claims.

US: Young migrants seeking legal status sue Trump administration

United States

Top Republican questions Trump's plan to cut Central American aid

State Department said on Saturday it was cutting off aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

Top Republican questions Trump's plan to cut Central American aid

Latin America

Activists question Central America-US security cooperation deal

Central American and Mexican activists worry focus on security to address migration neglects root causes.

Activists question Central America-US security cooperation deal

People & Power

Walk in their Shoes

People & Power follows two migrant caravans as they head through Mexico to the US border.

Opinion

Cold Warrior Elliott Abrams returns to battle in Venezuela

The US has chosen a prominent warmonger to promote 'democracy' in Venezuela.

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