HEADLINES: Border Crisis — October 23, 2014

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesEven though the number of unaccompanied minors streaming across the border has decreased in recent months, the factors that forced many from their homes still exist. Drug gangs still run in Guatemala, people are still disappearing in El Salvador, Honduras is still the murder capital of the world, and the United States still continues to fast track deportations, sending many back to almost certain death. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Border Crisis. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

For Some Migrants, a Familiar Journey From the Desert to Detention [Al Jazeera America]

Journey to the U.S. Border: One Family’s Story Through a Desperate Mother’s Eyes [AL.com]

Hondurans Flee Violence, Then Are Deported by U.S. to Face More, Rights Group Charges [The Washington Post]

Why Immigration Talk in Senate Races Took a Hard Right [NBC News]

Hondurans Fled to the U.S. Because Their Lives Were In Danger. The U.S. Sent Them Back [Vox]

U.S. Extends Protection to Honduran Immigrants [The Daily Beast]

In Affluent Connecticut, Latinos Help Immigrants Succeed [NBC News]

An Immigrant Family From Guatemala’s Tearful Reunion in S.F. [SF Gate]

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