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White House: Migration Pacts with Central America Not 'Formal' Deals

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19 Apr 2021
President Joe Biden’s spokeswoman has conceded that Central American countries have not made “commitments” to stem the northward migration, despite her April 12 claims.
Spokeswoman Jen Psaki and Special Assistant to the President for Immigration for the Domestic Policy Council,Tyler Moran first claimed April 12 to have won “commitments” from Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to deploy more border guards to stem the U.S.-bound migrant flows within their territories.
That same day, Breitbart News learned from comments buried in a report by the Associated Press (AP) that Honduras and Guatemala had indicated that they had not officially agreed to any deal.

Analysis-Bumpy first weeks of Harris' immigration role show challenges of the job


Bumpy first weeks of Harris' immigration role show challenges of the job
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(In paragraph 26, corrects to remove reference to El Salvador)
By Nandita Bose
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When President Joe Biden entrusted Vice President Kamala Harris in March with leading U.S. diplomatic efforts to cut immigration from Mexico and Central America's "Northern Triangle," experts described the job as both "perilous" and a "political grenade."
The subsequent weeks have shown just how challenging the role will be as the administration seeks to defuse a crisis at the border that Republicans have used to hammer Biden.
Harris has pushed Central American countries to increase troops at their borders and said she plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico, which could happen in as soon as a month.

Analysis: Bumpy first weeks of Harris' immigration role show challenges of the job

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Nandita Bose
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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris delivers remarks on American Economic Recovery during a speech at Guilford Technical Community College in Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S., April 19, 2021. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
When President Joe Biden entrusted Vice President Kamala Harris in March with leading U.S. diplomatic efforts to cut immigration from Mexico and Central America’s “Northern Triangle,” experts described the job as both “perilous” and a “political grenade.”
The subsequent weeks have shown just how challenging the role will be as the administration seeks to defuse a crisis at the border that Republicans have used to hammer Biden.

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By Nandita Bose
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When President Joe Biden entrusted Vice President Kamala Harris in March with leading U.S. diplomatic efforts to cut immigration from Mexico and Central America's "Northern Triangle," experts described the job as both "perilous" and a "political grenade."
The subsequent weeks have shown just how challenging the role will be as the administration seeks to defuse a crisis at the border that Republicans have used to hammer Biden.
Harris has pushed Central American countries to increase troops at their borders and said she plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico, which could happen in as soon as a month.

Bumpy first weeks of Harris' immigration role show challenges of the job


Bumpy first weeks of Harris' immigration role show challenges of the job
By Nandita Bose
By Nandita Bose
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When President Joe Biden entrusted Vice President Kamala Harris in March with leading U.S. diplomatic efforts to cut immigration from Mexico and Central America's "Northern Triangle," experts described the job as both "perilous" and a "political grenade."
The subsequent weeks have shown just how challenging the role will be as the administration seeks to defuse a crisis at the border that Republicans have used to hammer Biden.
Harris has pushed Central American countries to increase troops at their borders and said she plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico, which could happen in as soon as a month.

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India: India’s status declined from Free to Partly Free due to a multiyear pattern in which the Hindu nationalist government and its allies presided over rising violence and discriminatory policies affecting the Muslim population and pursued a crackdown on expressions of dissent by the media, academics, civil society groups, and protesters.
Jordan: Jordan’s status declined from Partly Free to Not Free due to harsh new restrictions on freedom of assembly, a crackdown on the teachers’ union following a series of strikes and protests, and factors including a lack of adequate preparations that harmed the quality of parliamentary elections during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Former Salvadoran minister moved funds to prepare campaign, according to newspaper

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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - El Salvador's former Security Minister Rogelio Rivas was dismissed for allegedly aspiring to the presidential candidacy of the ruling party in 2024 and moving public funds to finance his eventual campaign, according to a Sunday, April 18, publication by local newspaper El Faro.
Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele announced last March 26 the appointment of Gustavo Villatoro as the new head of the Security portfolio, without giving details of the departure of Rivas, who had served in that position since June 2019.
"A report by the State Intelligence Agency (OIE) that ensures that Rivas was building . . .
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International court could make El Salvador nix abortion ban

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About seven months into her pregnancy, Manuela passed out at her family home in a rural part of Morozán in northeast El Salvador.
Her frightened relatives, who had no car, carried her in a hammock to a hospital many miles away. There, a physician asked the groggy woman, who was hemorrhaging and had lumps on her neck, for her husband. He’d migrated to the U.S., she said.
The doctor called the police, assuming Manuela had cheated on her husband and induced an abortion to get rid of the evidence. An officer shackled her to the hospital bed.

To Solve Border Crisis, Counter China in Northern Triangle

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For the third time in the past 10 years, migration flows from Central America to the United States have reached a crisis point at the southwest U.S. border. Most of these migrants are from the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. These countries each face significant governance issues, resulting in violence and stunted economic opportunities that lead many of their citizens to make the perilous journey north. 
As the Biden administration and Congress work to address the root causes of this crisis, they must also tackle its strategic implications. China’s growing activity in the Western Hemisphere threatens to undermine U.S. influence in the region and exacerbate the governance challenges facing the Northern Triangle. By bolstering economic ties in the region and focusing on improving governance, the U.S. can address the key drivers of the migration crisis, push back on the growing malign influence of the Chinese Communist Party in our hemisphere, and improve American economic competitiveness by creating alternative supply chains beyond the reach of Beijing. 

White House migration strategy draws ire of key Central American leaders

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The Biden administration's strategy to slow the flood of migrants arriving at the southern border hinges on an anti-corruption push that risks alienating key leaders in Central America.

CDC's 'Stop HIV' Ambassador Mario Speaks for Campus Pride – QNotes


Former El Salvador Resident Talks About HIV/AIDS Prevention and More
‘Stop AIDS Together’ campaign ambassador Mario Campos is originally from El Salvador.
A National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) event was hosted by Campus Pride on April 10, via Instagram Live. This day has been observed by the Minority HIV/AIDS Fund (MHAF), the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Advocates for Youth and other organizations. Many initiatives have stemmed from NYHAAD, including the CDC’s “Stop HIV Together” campaign. This is the same campaign Mario Campos serves as an ambassador. Originally hailing from El Salvador, Campos has been developing projects concerning HIV and LGBTQ justice in both North and South America. He was also awarded “Young Influencer El Salvador 2020” by the nation’s President Nayib Bukele.

Biden's migrant strategy clouded by Central American graft


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MEXICO CITY — U.S. President Joe Biden wants three Central American countries to crack down on corruption as part of a plan to spend billions of dollars in the region to stem illegal migration.
Yet accusations of graft and authoritarianism dog some of very leaders Biden must work with in Central America, feeding concerns about their desire to clean up government.
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Since taking office in January, Biden’s administration has pledged to set up a regional task force to fight graft, and threatened to freeze U.S. bank accounts of corrupt officials in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador – three countries known as the Northern Triangle that account for much of undocumented immigration to the United States.

Analysis: Biden's migrant strategy clouded by Central American graft

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden wants three Central American countries to crack down on corruption as part of a plan to spend billions of dollars in the region to stem illegal migration.
FILE PHOTO: A young mother from Honduras, who is living in La 72 migrant shelter, is seen on a day out at the river in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico March 26, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
Yet accusations of graft and authoritarianism dog some of very leaders Biden must work with in Central America, feeding concerns about their desire to clean up government.
Since taking office in January, Biden’s administration has pledged to set up a regional task force to fight graft, and threatened to freeze U.S. bank accounts of corrupt officials in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador - three countries known as the Northern Triangle that account for much of undocumented immigration to the United States.

El Salvador exceeds 50,000 vaccinations in just one day


El Salvador exceeds 50,000 vaccinations in just one day
El Salvador exceeds 50,000 vaccinations in just one day
San Salvador, Apr 15 (Prensa Latina) Salvadorian President Nayib Bukele confirmed that more than 50,000 people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 in his nation.
'We have surpassed 50,000 people vaccinated per day!', Bukele tweeted, while confirming that as many as 47,515 people received the first dose and 3,166 the second one.
Of the total, 8,979 were immunized at the El Salvador Hospital Vaccine MegaCenter, which was opened on Monday after several months under construction.
Nearly 300,000 people have already received one dose thanks to the acquisition Covishield, AstraZeneca / Oxford, Pfizer / BioNTech and CoronaVac vaccine doses.

Harris faces pitfalls in tackling Central America migration - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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WASHINGTON — 
Republicans have been pounding Vice President Kamala Harris for weeks, asking when she’ll travel to Central America and Mexico to begin face-to-face talks about curbing the flow of migrants seeking to enter the United States.
Behind the scenes, Harris’ advisors have a different question: Who can she meet with?
Worries over extensive government corruption in the region, particularly in Honduras, underscore the challenge Harris faces in leading the Biden administration’s diplomatic efforts to reduce immigration from the countries that make up the so-called Northern Triangle, which also includes El Salvador and Guatemala. While Harris is supposed to focus on the conditions that drive so many people to leave home, such as poverty and violence, some of the leaders she must meet are considered complicit in those problems.

VP Harris' immigration challenge: aid Central Americans not their governments


WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris, recently put in charge of producing a strategy to stem the flood of migrants fleeing their homes in Central America, faces the challenge of how to aid countries with governments that are viewed as corrupt or unfriendly by the United States.
Harris is meeting with Biden administration officials and outside experts on Wednesday to discuss options for reducing the large numbers of migrants trying to enter the United States at the southern border.
“What we want to do both now, immediately, and over the long term is to give people hope about their futures, give them motivation to stay in their homes and flourish and try to build a better future for themselves and their children and frankly for our entire region because these are some of our closest neighbors, countries that we value,” a senior White House official said of Harris’ approach.

Kamala Harris faces diplomatic pitfalls in tackling migration from Central America


Kamala Harris faces diplomatic pitfalls in tackling migration from Central America
Noah Bierman, Tracy Wilkinson
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Vice President Kamala Harris speaks at a virtual meeting with experts on Central America from the White House complex Wednesday. (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press)
Republicans have been pounding Vice President Kamala Harris for weeks, asking when she'll travel to Central America and Mexico to begin face-to-face talks about curbing the flow of migrants seeking to enter the United States.
Behind the scenes, Harris’ advisors have a different question: Who can she meet with?
Worries over extensive government corruption in the region, particularly in Honduras, underscore the challenge Harris faces in leading the Biden administration's diplomatic efforts to reduce immigration from the countries that make up the so-called Northern Triangle, which also includes El Salvador and Guatemala. While Harris is supposed to focus on the conditions that drive so many people to leave home, such as poverty and violence, some of the leaders she must meet are considered complicit in those problems.

Blinken's Winking and Nodding to the Neocons

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Blinken’s Winking and Nodding to the Neocons
Biden’s Western Hemisphere foreign policy is not much different from that of Obama’s, Wayne Madsen writes.
Like proverbial bad pennies, the neocon imperialists who plagued the Barack Obama administration have turned up in force in Joe Biden’s State Department. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has given more than winks and nods to the dastardly duo of Victoria Nuland, slated to become Blinken’s Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, the number three position at the State Department, and Samantha Power, nominated to become the Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

Biden Team Touts Multinational 'Commitment' for Border Guards in Mexico

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13 Apr 2021
The Biden Administration has secured “commitments” with Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras to secure their borders and stem the flow of migration overwhelming the U.S.-Mexico international boundary, a top U.S. official and the White House said Monday.
Nevertheless, the “commitments” exclude El Salvador, a country fueling the border crisis, amid friction between the Biden administration and Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele. The Salvadoran leader worked with former President Donald Trump on reducing illegal migration, likely drawing the ire of Democrats.
In an interview with MSNBC on Monday, Special Assistant to the President for Immigration for the Domestic Policy Council Tyler Moran mentioned a two-pronged approach to address the Biden border crisis.

Thousands Hit the Streets to Celebrate World Water Day in El Salvador

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Thousands of activists hit the streets to celebrate World Water Day — and demand that congress pass a bill declaring access to water a human right. Photo by Alfredo Carías.
On March 22, thousands of people marched on the streets of El Salvador’s capital city, San Salvador, to mark World Water Day — an international day recognizing water as a basic human right, and a resource that must be protected. Carrying posters, banners and flags, people led powerful chants: “
Sin agua y sin semillas no hay tortillas!” (“Without water and without seeds, there are no tortillas) and “
El agua es un derecho y no una mercancía!” (Water is a right, not something to sell”).

White House strikes deal with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to enforce borders

The Biden administration has reached agreements with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to boost security at their borders in an attempt to curb a surge of migrants to the southern U.S. boundary, White House officials said on Monday.

Opinion: "Vaccivacation" in the United States - LatinAmerican Post

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Several Latinos from high socioeconomic strata are traveling to the United States to get vaccinated earlier

Blinken's Winking and Nodding to the Neocons — Strategic Culture


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Biden’s Western Hemisphere foreign policy is not much different from that of Obama’s, Wayne Madsen writes.
Like proverbial bad pennies, the neocon imperialists who plagued the Barack Obama administration have turned up in force in Joe Biden’s State Department. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has given more than winks and nods to the dastardly duo of Victoria Nuland, slated to become Blinken’s Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, the number three position at the State Department, and Samantha Power, nominated to become the Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

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