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DOJ announces successful trans-national criminal raids

DOJ announces successful trans-national criminal raids

The Department of Justice announced that in cooperation with the governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, criminal charges are being brou ...

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Immigration raids yield impressive arrest results

Immigration raids yield impressive arrest results

In multiple raids in several cities, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested nearly 500 persons wanted for immigration violations during a ...

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ICE busts illegal aliens in New York, including child rapists

ICE busts illegal aliens in New York, including child rapists

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'Shaken Earth': new novel provides gateway to tangled history of Latin America and United States

'Shaken Earth': new novel provides gateway to tangled history of Latin America and United States

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Rape charge against immigrant teen dropped in notorious Maryland case

Rape charge against immigrant teen dropped in notorious Maryland case

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New York: Brutal murder of teens linked to illegal aliens

New York: Brutal murder of teens linked to illegal aliens

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Identified: Victim of shooting by satanic cult

Identified: Victim of shooting by satanic cult

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'Black widows' lead violent gang to kill husbands for insurance payouts

'Black widows' lead violent gang to kill husbands for insurance payouts

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Sanctuary New York City releases violent criminal alien

Sanctuary New York City releases violent criminal alien

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Brain tumor in detained illegal alien to cost taxpayers up to one million dollars

Brain tumor in detained illegal alien to cost taxpayers up to one million dollars

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Guatemalan government says U.S. has no right to deport illegal immigrants

Guatemalan government says U.S. has no right to deport illegal immigrants

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Massive illegal immigrant surge in advance of Hillary Clinton 'amnesty'

Massive illegal immigrant surge in advance of Hillary Clinton 'amnesty'

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WikiLeaks: Interfaith-leftist organization seeks Vatican influence in US politics

WikiLeaks: Interfaith-leftist organization seeks Vatican influence in US politics

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Murder rate driving asylum claims on US/Mexico border

Murder rate driving asylum claims on US/Mexico border

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No end in sight for entry of immigrant minors to the U.S.

No end in sight for entry of immigrant minors to the U.S.

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Latino gang member sentenced for sex trafficking

Latino gang member sentenced for sex trafficking

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Pope Francis: voice of Oscar Romero still resonates today

Pope Francis: voice of Oscar Romero still resonates today

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Catholic bishops condemn mistreatment of migrants in Mexico

Catholic bishops condemn mistreatment of migrants in Mexico

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Biden promises asylum for Central American refugees

Biden promises asylum for Central American refugees

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U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

Marine Corp Gen. John Kelly expressed fears that human traffickers bringing illegal immigrants to the U.S. will also bring Ebola.

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Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

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Justice and compassion needed for Central American refugees

Justice and compassion needed for Central American refugees

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Catholics seek to end child migration from Central America

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Mexican bishop blames 'corruption and greed' for children's exodus to US

Mexican bishop blames 'corruption and greed' for children's exodus to US

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Conference of Catholics in Washington discuss response to immigrant surge

Conference of Catholics in Washington discuss response to immigrant surge

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Top U.S. general sees national security threat in Central America's poverty and criminal violence

Top U.S. general sees national security threat in Central America's poverty and criminal violence

Central America is a 'crime-terror convergence', says SOUTHCOM commander Gen. John Kelly: an existential threat to the U.S.

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Texas Gov. Perry says Obama 'inept' while feds house illegal immigrants beyond border region

Texas Gov. Perry says Obama 'inept' while feds house illegal immigrants beyond border region

Protests are expected in Michigan where the Obama administration is expected to house illegal immigrant minors. Texas Gov. Rick Perry also suspects 'ulterior motives' in Obama's response to immigrant surge.

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Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Dengue fever, drug-resistant tuberculosis, scabies, and Chinkungunya fever, are among the illnesses being brought into the U.S.

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Gang violence drives child migrants to US, say Central American media

Gang violence drives child migrants to US, say Central American media

Unaccompanied minors being held in Arizona by ICE for illegal entry into the U.S. are begging Central Americans to secure their release.

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El Salvador: Christians seek dialogue with incoming leftist president

El Salvador: Christians seek dialogue with incoming leftist president

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Catholic nun gives birth in Italy

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Drop in Mexican immigrants reflected in lower remittance amounts

Drop in Mexican immigrants reflected in lower remittance amounts

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Mexico: an 'embarassment' for failure to protect immigrants

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Conference to focus on advances for Paraguayan electronic media

Conference to focus on advances for Paraguayan electronic media

An international conference on digital migration will take place in Paraguay on July 4, just as the South American country concludes an agreement with El Salvador to share electronic content.

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El Salvador: bishop raps president for subservience to United States

El Salvador: bishop raps president for subservience to United States

A Catholic bishop complains that El Salvador does not act independently of the U.S.

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Bishop Oscar Romero: the political dimension of opting for the poor

Bishop Oscar Romero: the political dimension of opting for the poor

For the assassinated Salvadoran bishop, Oscar Romero, the suffering of the poor is the suffering of the children of God in history, on earth. Coming closer to the poor, then, is a deepening of faith.

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Catholics fast in honor of martyrs; raise money for HIV/AIDS clinics

Catholics fast in honor of martyrs; raise money for HIV/AIDS clinics

In Papua New Guinea, women and children suffering from HIV/AIDS are going without help. Italian Catholics are raising money to build another clinic.

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Tiny El Salvador pushes back Obama's State Department

Tiny El Salvador pushes back Obama's State Department

Civic groups in El Salvador are voicing opposition to Obama's appointment of Mari Carmen Aponte as ambassador to their country.

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El Salvador must address social inequality to consolidate its peace process - Ban

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called today on El Salvador to address its socio-economic inequalities and advance rule of law reform to ensure its citizens can experience positive and tangible results from the peace process that was initiated 20 years ago at the end of its civil war.

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Guatemala's central role in Latin American narcotrafficking

Guatemala's central role in Latin American narcotrafficking

Just like Mexico, Guatemala straddles the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and affords its a significant role in transferring narcotics from South America.

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