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Worldwide Gun Deaths Reach 250,000 Yearly
Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico and Venezuela are the countries that with the U.S. contributed to half the study deaths.
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Migrant Kids Choose Between Possible Death And Never Seeing Parents Again
Returning to their home country could mean violence or death. But staying in the U.S. comes at a high cost.
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Reminder: Women Migrants Are Fleeing Countries The U.S. Helped Decimate
The violence driving people to seek shelter in the U.S. has its roots in American foreign policy.
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Migrant Mom And Daughter Finally Reunite
A migrant mother and her 7-year-old daughter had an emotional reunion nearly two months after they were separated at the border.
Asylum-Seeking Mother Reunites With Son
Seven-year-old Darwin was just one of the more than 2,500 migrant children taken from their parents by the government. Now, after a month in detention he’s finally been reunited with his mom.
Violent Volcano In Guatemala Explodes Again
Guatemala’s Fuego volcano erupted twice in a week with orders of a new evacuation.
Guatemala's Fuego Volcano Erupts Again, Forcing Rescue Workers To Scramble For Cover
At least 75 are dead and nearly 200 people are missing.
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Death Toll From Volcano Eruption In Guatemala Climbs To 69
By Luis Echeverria and Sofia Menchu, Reuters
Just a fraction of the victims have been identified so far.
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Guatemala's Fuego Volcano Erupts, Killing At Least 62
The eruption of Fuego - Spanish for “fire” - on Sunday was the biggest in more than four decades.
Woman Killed By Border Patrol Identified As Claudia Patricia Gomez Gonzales, 20
A Border Patrol agent says he opened fire on a group of people who were rushing at him.
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Guatemala Says It Will Move Embassy In Israel To Jerusalem After Trump's Decision
The move comes a few days after the Guatemalan government backed the United States in a row over the city’s status.
Carlos Vasquez Almazan
Long-Lost Salamander Rediscovered In Guatemalan Jungle
The "golden wonder" species had not been seen for more than four decades.
A Trip To Israel With 50 Latinx Changed My Life
Vice President, Lucas Public Affairs & Media/Public Affairs Di...
Here are six things I learned, reinforced by some of the amazing people that I met.
When Government Power Goes Unchecked
Susan M. Shaw
Professor of Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Oregon State ...
Human rights defenders in Guatemala know this first hand and stand up against such power. We in the U.S. must stand alongside them, for their sake and for ours.
Trump’s Proposed Foreign Aid Cuts Put Women In Jeopardy
Executive Director, Universal Access Project
This article was originally published in The Hill. Imagine you are a young mother in Uganda who has been forced into sex
How To Stay Healthy On The Road, Tips From A Traveling Health Coach
Travelling Health Coach. Storyteller on two wheels. Host of th...
As an IIN-qualified traveling Health Coach, I can easily clock up a couple of hundred kilometres per week and let me be clear
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Central American Refugees Fleeing Violence Are 'Re-Victimized' En Route To U.S.
For millions of migrants, "fear and horrific violence... is a reality that does not end with their forced flight to Mexico.”
Stop The Murder Of Environmental Defenders In Latin America
Founder and President, Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation
Hundreds of environmental activists have been killed all throughout Latin America as the world largely remains silent.
Why A Farm Girl From Nebraska Works To Help DREAMers Go To College
President of TheDream.US
I am a farm girl from central Nebraska. My parents raised us with a strong work ethic and Christian values. We owned and
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The Health And Rights Of Vulnerable Girls And Women Are On The Line
Executive Director, Universal Access Project
Their health, rights, and dreams will have to wait until the U.S. Administration restores funding for UNFPA.
Ana's Fate Rested With An Asylum Officer Who Had Just Been Told To Doubt Her Word
She showed up at the border bearing a scar from a gunshot wound to the head. The Trump administration plans to deport her.
Girls Killed In Shelter Fire Are Victims Of Guatemala's War On Women
The Conversation Global
The Conversation is a collaboration between editors and academ...
On the morning of March 8 2016 43 girls burned to death in a shelter in San José Pinula.
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