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Mexico Braces for New Caravan of Central American Migrants


April 10, 2019 

A caravan of about 2,500 Central Americans and Cubans is currently making their way north through Mexico to reach the U.S. as their final destination. Mexico is bracing for the “mother of all caravans,” to each Mexico.  Mexico Interior Secretary Olga Sanchez Cordero has said a caravan of migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala….

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The Migrant Caravan And Donald Trump Are Headed For A Showdown


October 22, 2018 

Thousands of migrants from Honduras and elsewhere in Central America are marching slowly towards the United States. There are estimates of 4000 men, women, and children making the grueling trek from Central America to the U.S. Mexico border. This, of course, has set off President Trump and his base. The president has threatened to send….

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Messi Was The Star In Day 14 While Ecuador and Honduras Struggled


June 26, 2014 

Tough day for Latin America in day 14 of the World Cup. Honduras had a tough day against Switzerland losing 0 – 3 with a hat trick by Xherdan Shaquiri. The Ecuador vs France game was a complete opposite game with both countries battling to score a goal. At the 50th minute mark, Ecuador’s captain,….

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Tough Day For Latin America in Day 4


June 16, 2014 

Day four of the World cup was a tough day for Latin American teams. We first saw a great game between Switzerland and Ecuador. Ecuador for the most part was in control of the game with an early goal from Enner Valencia. After Switzerland tied the game it seem that we would see our first….

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CONCACAF Roundup: Jamaica Blows Out Grenada, Honduras & Guatemala Bore Crowd


June 07, 2011 

Last night, the City of Los Angeles (Carson, California to be precise) was fortunate enough to watch Jamaica overwhelm fellow Caribbean island Grenada by a score of 4-0. Then, after a one-sided game, they were treated to a rather dull nil-nil match from neighboring Central American countries Honduras and Guatemala.

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