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Delphine Schrank

'I don't want a mess': Mexico broadcasts video of El Chapo's son's arrest

Oct 30 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Wednesday showed dramatic video footage of the moment its forces briefly captured a son of kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman this month before they were ordered to release the suspected trafficker to avoid a bloodbath.

Honduran president hobbled after being implicated in brother's bribery conviction

Oct 19 2019

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez emerged battered from the trial and conviction of his brother on Friday after the U.S. Justice Department concluded that the evidence showed narcotraffickers had bribed the president and his party.

Honduran president hobbled after being implicated in brother's bribery conviction

Oct 19 2019

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez emerged battered from the trial and conviction of his brother on Friday after the U.S. Justice Department concluded that the evidence showed narcotraffickers had bribed the president and his party.

Asylum seekers cling to hope, safety in camp at U.S.-Mexico border

Oct 16 2019

MATAMOROS, Mexico Even after he was kidnapped and robbed outside the makeshift migrant camp where he had slept for two weeks, Luis Osorto decided his only chance for eventual asylum in the United States was to stay put along the border just inside Mexico.

The migrant caravans: A common road toward different fates

Oct 13 2019

The images were dramatic: Central American migrants moving northward en masse through Mexico - men, women and children walking up to 30 miles a day, some hitching rides or catching freight trains.

The migrant caravans: Deportation divides father and son

Oct 10 2019

YORO, Honduras More than a year after heading to the United States with his son, Jose Caceres is back where he began, barely eking out a living in the fields of wealthier farmers - but without the boy.

The migrant caravans: Finding freedom and hardship in America

Oct 10 2019

A year to the day after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in May 2018, Luis Rodriguez, 20, writhed on a gurney in a Los Angeles emergency room with a kidney and bladder infection.

The migrant caravans: Finding freedom and hardship in America

Oct 10 2019

A year to the day after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in May 2018, Luis Rodriguez, 20, writhed on a gurney in a Los Angeles emergency room with a kidney and bladder infection.

The migrant caravans: Finding freedom and hardship in America

Oct 10 2019

A year to the day after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in May 2018, Luis Rodriguez, 20, writhed on a gurney in a Los Angeles emergency room with a kidney and bladder infection.

The migrant caravans: Deportation divides father and son

Oct 10 2019

YORO, Honduras More than a year after heading to the United States with his son, Jose Caceres is back where he began, barely eking out a living in the fields of wealthier farmers - but without the boy.

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