In Guatemala, a church shelter threatened for aiding Central American migrants

McVicar, Jackie
February 2020
America;2/17/2020, Vol. 222 Issue 4, p16
The article reports that Casa del Migrante, a church shelter in Guatemala City, Guatemala, has received threatening phone calls last January 2020 for aiding Central American migrants. Topics covered include an increase in Honduran and Salvadoran asylum seekers being sent to Guatemala since the U.S. started implementing the Asylum Cooperation Agreement, the varied reasons these migrants are forced to leave their homes, and the dire conditions they face daily as migrants.


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