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In Honduras, a father awaits news of the son U.S. officials took from him

26 Jul 2018

LA UNION OLANCHO, Honduras Ten days after being separated from his 11-year-old son Eduardo by U.S. immigration officials, Douglas Almendarez was put on a plane back to Honduras, he says, with a promise he would be reunited with his son there.

Deported after Trump order, Central Americans grieve for lost children

28 Jun 2018

CHOLOMA, Honduras Before deporting him in shackles last week, U.S. immigration agents handed Honduran asylum-seeker Melvin Garcia his few possessions and a small blue wallet belonging to Daylin, the 12-year-old daughter they had taken from him. | Video

Deported after Trump order, Central Americans grieve for lost children

28 Jun 2018

CHOLOMA, Honduras Before deporting him in shackles last week, U.S. immigration agents handed Honduran asylum-seeker Melvin Garcia his few possessions and a small blue wallet belonging to Daylin, the 12-year-old daughter they had taken from him. | Video

'Are you the mother?' A woman's search for baby taken by U.S. immigration

22 Jun 2018

It took 85 days for Olivia Caceres to retrieve her baby boy, pulled from his father's arms at the U.S. border, a traumatic experience many more parents face to reunite with children separated under President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

'Are you the mother?' A woman's search for baby taken by U.S. immigration

22 Jun 2018

It took 85 days for Olivia Caceres to retrieve her baby boy, pulled from his father's arms at the U.S. border, a traumatic experience many more parents face to reunite with children separated under President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

Nicaragua protests erode pillars of support for Ortega

29 May 2018

MANAGUA A thuggish response to weeks of protests has eroded carefully constructed pillars of support in the Church, military and business world for Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, emboldening calls for the ouster of the former Marxist guerrilla who has dominated politics for decades. | Video

Rights commission condemns abuses during Nicaragua protests

21 May 2018

MANAGUA The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on Monday condemned Nicaragua's response to weeks of protests against President Daniel Ortega, criticising a crackdown that resulted in rights abuses including torture and possibly even murder.

Nicaraguan protesters refuse to back down, as Ortega talks continue

18 May 2018

MANAGUA Nicaraguan officials began a second day of talks with students and business leaders on Friday to try to resolve weeks of tension with increasingly unpopular President Daniel Ortega that has sparked nationwide clashes.

Nicaraguan students yell 'Murderer' at Ortega, demand he resign

17 May 2018

MANAGUA Nicaraguan students taunted President Daniel Ortega with shouts of "murderer" as he spoke at an event aimed at negotiating a solution to weeks of deadly demonstrations that flared up again on Wednesday.

Nicaraguan students yell 'murderer' at Ortega as dialogue opens

17 May 2018

MANAGUA Angry Nicaraguan students taunted President Daniel Ortega with shouts of "murderer" as he spoke on Wednesday at a Catholic church-organised event aimed at negotiating a solution to weeks of deadly protests that have challenged his rule.

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