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Stranded Cubans start to leave Guyana.

GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Hundreds of Cubans stranded over the past few days were leaving Guyana on Tuesday after the authorities granted the Honduras-based Easy Sky airline temporary permission to fly into the Cheddi Jagan International Airport .The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority Monday night had confirmed the suspension of ...

- JamaicaObserver.com - JM

Pence says the U.S. will honor its refugee deal with Australia.

The United States will proceed with an agreement with Australia to help resettle refugees, Vice President Mike Pence pledged Saturday at joint press conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney. The arrangement requires the U.S. to accept up to 1,250 refugees, many from Iran and Syria, from their ...

- The Week - US

Fyffes Union Leader in Honduras Escapes Murder Attempt.

Brussels, 21 April 2017 : The ITUC has expressed deep concern over a vicious attack against Moises Sanchez, leader of the Honduran agriculture trade union STAS, currently fighting multinational fruit company Fyffes for better working conditions.

- Scoop NZ - NZ

Join the movement on Earth Day #LandRightsNow.

Join the movement on Earth Day #LandRightsNow Join the movement on Earth Day #LandRightsNow21 April 2017We are in the midst of the single biggest attack in the world today on people’s identity, rights, livelihoods, and security, as well as our environment. On Earth Day 2017, help us call the governments in Sri Lanka, ...

- Oxfam International - UK

Ascendant lifts El Mochito mill throughput 17% since Dec buy; sees output rise 41% by Q4.

Since acquiring the west-central Honduras-based El Mochito zinc/lead/silver mine about four months ago, Canadian miner Ascendant Resources has leveraged its management team's experience to immediately turn the operation around, giving it a growth platform generating free cash flow. Once the crown jewel of Breakwater ...

- Mining Weekly - ZA

Trump blames Obama for formation of MS-13 crime gang.

WASHINGTON, United States, Apr 19 - President Donald Trump on Tuesday blamed , without proof , his predecessor Barack Obama for allowing the MS-13 criminal gang to take root in US cities. The MS-13, also known as the Mara Salvatrucha, is one of the criminal groups behind a wave of violence in Guatemala, Honduras and

- CapitalFM Kenya - KE

Immigrant families hoping for asylum in the U.S. are terrified and angry' about the process.

When Ana's husband threatened to kill her and her 10-year-old son, she decided to run. So she left her home in Honduras with her son, Cesar, and began an eight-day journey north, reaching Mexico's border with the U.S. in late January. Once there, she approached U.S. Customs agents at the

- VICE News - US

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