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Sara A. Carter Aug 26
. Want to Send More Money to : Mexico: $289M Guatemala: $256M Belize: $10.3M Honduras: $180M El Salvador: $118M Nicaragua: $43.5M Costa Rica: $18.2M Panama: $26.3M --------- Total: $940M Seriously? **READ & COMMENT**
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Jan Egeland Sep 21
Travelling in violence stricken I see how misguided US funding cuts are. We urgently need a UN led regional humanitarian response plan to mobilize funding, improve humanitarian coordination and give hope to growing numbers of people in need
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Walid Phares Aug 23
Who is organizing the population transfer from to the US-Mexico border? If that question is not answered, the crisis at the border can't be resolved decisively. Waves will continue to be sent.
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Sara A. Carter Aug 2
candidates said that investing more in is the only way to stop . Sr. Guatemalan gov official say that $$$ Aid never makes it poor people. It goes to & those "who are connected" instead. READ
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NRC 1h
Desperate families in fleeing violence are denied their right to protection and increasingly turned back to insecurity by military forces, barbed wires and walls.
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ICIJ 55m
is a mysterious disease killing thousands of farmworkers in . Here are our key findings from when we investigated it in 2011. A new report from links the disease to rising temperatures.
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Jan Egeland 7h
Traveling from San Salvador to Tapachula I met with men, women and children who told me stories of homicides, threats, torture and sexual violence. Stories all similar to those from war zones, yet they are being met with silence from the international society.
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MSF International Aug 3
| Those who make the heart-wrenching decision to leave their homes often encounter more danger on the road. Understand the situation that migrants and asylum seekers face:
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ICIJ Sep 2
"The epidemic seems to rise in correlation with heatwaves and higher temperatures," says Dr. Richard Johnson, lead researcher on (chronic kidney disease of undetermined causes). Thousands of farmworkers in have died from the disease.
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ken montenegro Sep 9
Folks, I know most of the reporting is in Spanish but, there's an environmental crisis and war in because US & Canadian mining interests are ruining the earth. This drives migrations AND steals lives on the ground (e.g. murder of earth defenders).
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Michael Johns Sep 12
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Walid Phares Sep 5
Ironic that the opposition call for illegal migration across US borders citing "civil wars and violence in . But fails to explain these wars, the actors, actual conditions and above all how to fix it. They don't care about migrants, they want to play demographics.
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Seynabou Sakho Jul 17
Hey this is interesting, what if we solved all energy issues in , the world, what would it mean for jobs, jobs for women, youth,...?
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KIND Jul 20
Replying to @Change
Raise your voice & sign our petition! Call your Members of Congress to ask that they support legislation that would make the US immigration system more humane/fair & would address the root causes forcing kids/families to flee (3/5)
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Global Initiative Jul 31
In , gangs' extortion revenue is laundered through investments in formal businesses, which increases their economic stranglehold over the communities they target. Find the report on in Central America here:
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Luciane Reinbrecht Realtor Sep 21
Visiting any of these beaches in will not disappoint.
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Plan International USA Aug 6
A6. We strongly support the United States-Northern Triangle Enhanced Engagement Act, which addresses the root causes of migration from by promoting greater security and economic opportunity in these 3 countries.
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Nathan Sep 15
Happy Independence Day to the motherland! 🇸🇻
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UN Development Aug 15
We're using data & satellite imagery to save rare wildlife and stop illegal deforestation in .
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Sara A. Carter Aug 12
., the newly elected President of , wants to review the 'Safe Third Country' Agreement that his predecessor signed last month with ' Administration. ||
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