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Hope Biden changes his mind on immigration

The Bryan Eagle 18 Nov 2020
Immigration lawyers would have you believe that they were fleeing violence, but violent crime in Central America — while horrendously high — had been high for years and was stable or declining at the time ... Louis are three times higher than that of Guatemala. Where should refugees from those American cities go?.
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Biden needs a Damascus Road conversion on immigration policy

The Ledger 18 Nov 2020
Immigration lawyers would have you believe that they were fleeing violence, but violent crime in Central America — while horrendously high — had been high for years and was stable or declining at the time ... Louis are three times higher than that of Guatemala. Where should refugees from those American cities go?.
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OBERLINK: Biden Needs A Damascus Road Conversion On Immigration Policy

The Greeneville Sun 16 Nov 2020
Immigration lawyers would have you believe that they were fleeing violence, but violent crime in Central America — while horrendously high — had been high for years and was stable or declining at the time ... Louis are three times higher than that of Guatemala. Where should refugees from those American cities go?.
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John McAfee, Software Pioneer Who Fled the Law, Is Arrested in Spain

The Roseburg News-Review 06 Oct 2020
He resurfaced in Guatemala City a few weeks later, then largely dropped out of the public eye for years — until 2016, when he attempted to run as a Libertarian candidate for president of the United States ... A few weeks later, he turned up in Guatemala City, seeking asylum.
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Delfina H. Pereda-Echeverria, matriarch of Baltimore’s Hispanic-Latino community, dies

Carroll County Times 09 Jul 2020
The former Delfina Haydee Pereda, daughter of Eduardo Pereda Hernadez, a Spanish immigrant, and his wife, Candelaria Echeverria, who was of Mexican and Spanish descent, was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala. She completed high school in Guatemala City and had started studying accounting when at 21 she married Efrain Rodriquez Gomez, a lawyer.
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How a Guatemalan girl ended up alone under guard in a hotel, waiting to be deported

Finger Lakes Times 19 May 2020
She didn't know where she was, or even what state she was in; all she knew was that she was going to be deported in a few hours to Guatemala, the country she'd fled ... "And if not, a police officer, and if not, a lawyer.". Soliman doesn't know who, if anyone, would be there to greet her when she stepped off the plane in Guatemala City.
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Guatemala pol wants probe of UN anti-corruption commission

Albany Democrat Herald 11 Jan 2020
Guatemalan congressman Juan Ramon Lau, answers questions from journalists before starting a session of Congress in Guatemala City, Wednesday, Dec ... FILE - In this May 8, 2015 file photo, Commissioner of the United Nations International Commission Against Impunity, CICIG, Ivan Velasquez attends a press conference in Guatemala City.
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Three charged with human trafficking of migrant farm workers, London police say

Canada Dot Com 23 Dec 2019
London police say they launched the investigation in September 2018 and focused on a business called Bethesda Agricultural Enterprises Inc., which allegedly brought workers into the city from Guatemala between 2015 and 2017.
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Critics say Guatemala commission undermining anti-graft push

The Post-Star 13 Dec 2019
Guatemalan Congress President, Alvaro Arzu Escobar, left, has a laugh with congressman Juan Manuel Giordano during a session of Congress in Guatemala City, Wednesday, Dec ... Deputy chief of mission David Hodge laugh during a conference of minters in Guatemala City, Thursday, Dec.
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As UN body wraps up in Guatemala, fears for anti-graft fight

Magic Valley 02 Sep 2019
FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2017 file photo, Ivan Velasquez, commissioner of the United Nations International Commission Against Impunity, CICIG, pauses during an interview, in Guatemala City. The Colombian lawyer who led the commission starting in 2013, was forced ... .
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AP Interview: Guatemala graft body's chief happy despite end

This is Money 31 Aug 2019
18, 2017 file photo, Ivan Velasquez, commissioner of the United Nations International Commission Against Impunity, poses for a portrait during an interview at CICIG headquarters in Guatemala City ... reported this story from Guatemala City and AP writer Joshua Goodman reported in Bogota.
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Inside the newsroom: We needed a ‘fixer’ to cover immigration at the border. Here’s how ...

Deseret News 25 Aug 2019
“We stayed in the central part of the city right across from the bridge ... But for Gillian and Laura, the journey from Guatemala City to Jerez was dangerous ... “Our guide, a bookish lawyer raised in Britain but proudly Guatemalan, says the tanks are here on the orders of the president; a way to reassure the people the city is safe.
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Guatemalan president's son, brother absolved in graft case

This is Money 19 Aug 2019
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - A Guatemalan court has absolved ... Jose Manuel Morales Marroquin, son of Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales, center right, stands next to his uncle Samuel Everardo Morales, the president's brother, who embraces a lawyer in court in Guatemala City, Monday, Aug.
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