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New Caravan of Honduran Migrants Crosses Into Mexico

A group of Honduran migrants entered southern Mexico on Friday, joining more than 1,000 people who departed Central America in recent days headed to the United States and putting to the test Mexico's vows to guarantee the safe and orderly flow of people. The cohort crossed into southern Chiapas state before dawn without needing wrist bands that ...

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Migrant caravan: New Honduran group crosses Guatemala

Hundreds of migrants who left Honduras on Tuesday on their way to US have reached Guatemala City.

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Rescuers in Spain find 'biological traces' of missing boy believed to have fallen into well

Rescuers say they have found "biological traces" of a 2-year-old boy who fell down a 360-foot well three days ago in southern Spain.

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Rescuers hunt for 2-year-old boy who fell into 360-foot well in Spain

A two-year-old boy is the focus of a major rescue operation Monday, after falling into a 360-foot-deep well in the southern Spanish province of ...

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A 2-Year-Old Boy Is Trapped in a Well. Spain Is Watching.

Rescuers are racing against the clock to find Julen Roselló, who is believed to be more than 250 feet underground.

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Mali women's star Bassira Toure signs in Spain for Malaga

Mali's Bassira Toure signs in Spain for Malaga from local side AS Mande after impressing at the 2018 Women's Africa Cup of Nations.

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12 arrested in kidnapping of US businessman in Costa Rica

Twelve people have been arrested in Costa Rica and Spain in connection with an alleged kidnapping scheme involving an American owner of an online gambling company. William Sean Creighton Kopko, the owner of "5Dimes", an online gambling platform, was ...

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Migrant caravan: Hundreds of Hondurans set off on new trek

Migrants share their reasons for leaving Honduras as hundreds begin their trek towards the US.

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Trump: New Honduras Migrant Caravan Justifies Need for Border Wall

U.S. President Donald Trump contended Tuesday that a new migrant caravan leaving Honduras justifies his demand for a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border to keep them from surging into the United States. "A big new Caravan is heading up to our Southern Border from Honduras," Trump said on Twitter. He urged people to tell House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ...

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Spain rescuers struggle to find two-year-old boy in deep borehole

The two-year-old boy fell down the narrow 100m-deep well near Málaga in Spain on Sunday.

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Spain toddler stuck in deep borehole near Málaga

Rescuers try to locate the two-year-old boy who fell down the 100m hole near Málaga.

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France Dispatch: As Migrants Risk Crossing the English Channel, French Fishing Boats Pay a Price

A surge in migrants trying to cross the channel has led to a rise in break-ins of the fishing boats in a French port, as smugglers look for more seaworthy options to make the treacherous voyage.

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Government Shutdown Day 23: Congress Gone, President Tweets

The longest government shutdown in U.S. history continues, entering its 23rd day Sunday. On Saturday, U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to post about the Democrats and their congressional leaders. In a reference to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, Trump posted late Saturday: “I am in the White ...

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‘No Pathway’ to Grand Bargain Ending US Government Shutdown

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has all but given up efforts to negotiate a compromise to end the U.S. government shutdown that would fund a U.S.-Mexico border wall in exchange for extending legal protections for thousands of young undocumented immigrants and others who recently have lost legal status under the Temporary Protected Status ...

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Migrant Teens Released From US Custody; Texas Tent City to Close

The U.S. government has moved out all the migrant teens who were living in a tent city in the Texas desert and is set to close it down, according to the organization running the facility. The temporary shelter became a controversial symbol of ...

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Spain arrests 15 people in tennis match-fixing investigation

Spain's Civil Guard arrests 15 people after an investigation into match-fixing in the lower tiers of professional tennis.

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Bolsonaro Pulls Brazil From U.N. Migration Accord

The decision may signal that Latin America’s largest nation, the destination for thousands of Venezuelan migrants in recent months, may adopt a ...

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EU nations reach deal on stranded migrants, Malta announces

Malta reaches a deal with eight other EU countries over 49 migrants stranded at sea.

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Rescued Migrants, at Sea for Weeks, Struggle to Reach a New Life

As Europe takes a harder stance against migrants, the Sea-Watch 3 and its desperate passengers were denied safe harbor for weeks, until an apparent breakthrough.

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Far-Right, Anti-immigrant Vox Party Gains a Toehold in Spain

Riding anti-immigrant sentiment and opposition to separatism, the nationalist Vox party is emerging as a potential force in Spanish politics.

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Trump's Emergency Threat Explained

As the partial government shutdown stretches into the third week, U.S. President Donald Trump said he would consider declaring a state of emergency ...

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A judge ordered Tijuana's mayor not to badmouth migrants. He's appealing

A Mexican federal court told Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum not to spread negative messages about migrants. He's appealing.

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White House Paints Crisis at Border, Considers Declaring National Emergency 

President Donald Trump is making his case Tuesday to the American public that the country is facing a "humanitarian and national security crisis" at ...

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Pope Francis Appeals to Europe to Show ‘Solidarity’ With Migrants

Francis warned against a resurgence of populist movements and urged compassion for migrants fleeing poverty, violence and natural disasters.

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Trump to Travel to US-Mexico Border Thursday

U.S. President Donald Trump is traveling to the U.S.-Mexican border Thursday to get a first-hand look at the country's efforts to thwart illegal immigration, the White House announced Monday. Press secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump would "meet with those on the frontlines of the national security and humanitarian crisis" along the ...

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Andres Iniesta: Former Barcelona midfielder criticised for posing with two people in blackface

Former Barcelona and Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta is criticised after posting a photograph of himself with two people in blackface as part of Epiphany celebrations in Spain.

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Partial US Government Shutdown Enters 17th Day

The partial U.S. government shutdown entered its 17th day Monday with no end in sight. President Donald Trump is still demanding more than $5 billion to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border to thwart illegal immigration before reopening the ...

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