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Guatemala: The Deported Return

Guatemala: The Deported Return
Guatemalan nationals exit a plane and head for the Migration Office in Guatemala City’s La Aurora Airport after having been deported from the United States. Each week, fourteen flights arrive at La Aurora Airport from the U.S. carrying approximately 135 deportees per airplane

US State Department Visits El Salvador, Claims a Seat at Central American Summit

On the heels of a US-inspired breakdown at the Summit of the Americas in April, the US claimed its seat as an observer at this weekend’s summit of Central American leaders. Secretary of State for Western Hemispheric Affairs Roberta Jacobson attended the 39th meeting of summit of the Central American Integration System (SICA) in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

PCASC original: El Salvador and security

PCASC original: El Salvador and security
CISPES and PCASC member Allen Hines, along with our friends at the B Media Collective, helped put together the following videos which explain the current security situation in El Salvador and its roots.

Guatemala’s Crippled Peace Process: A Look Back on the 1996 Peace Accords

Guatemala’s Crippled Peace Process: A Look Back on the 1996 Peace Accords
Even with years of attention by the United Nations, Guatemala continues to be far from achieving the stability envisioned in the original peace agreement. As Guatemala approaches the fifteen year anniversary of the Peace Accords this December, the country remains just as far from implementing the Peace Accords as it had been when the agreement was first signed

Central American Nations Seek ‘Plan Central America’

Central American Nations Seek ‘Plan Central America’
US State Department official: “After this tour, if we find we have a shared perspective in the region, we hope it will allow us to develop a new structure which could develop more collaboration between countries in the Mesoamerican region, as well as other countries in the hemisphere that offer their support and participation"
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