Tag: Central America

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Guatemalan and Honduran soldiers will be deployed to prevent new U.S.-bound migrant caravans from advancing, military officials said, amid growing desperation among those seeking to cross and signs that some groups will depart later...
By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Starting next week, Tuesday, August 14th through August 26th, Caixa Cultural in Rio de Janeiro will host a new film exhibit of recent and awarded productions from the seven Central...
By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter USA - The expression, “The journey is more important than the destination”, rang true for us as we exited Latin America, eventually disembarking in Houston, Texas. Compared to some of our stops along the...
By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter BELIZE - “White skin brother from a different mother,” resident poet Cecil, crafting verse for his supper on Caye Caulker, would greet me. This idyllic, Caribbean island paradise was our stopping off point to dive...
By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter GUATEMALA - If, when asking how long a bus trip will take, a Guatemalan answers with a smile, it’s prudent to double the time they've estimated. Admittedly only sometimes is it just blatant lying on...



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