U.S. Agreement with Honduras Severely Restricts Asylum Seekers’ Rights

HeadlineSep 26, 2019

Honduras has signed an agreement with the United States that would force asylum seekers who cross through the Central American country to first seek refuge there rather than the United States. A similar agreement with the Trump administration was signed by the Guatemalan government in July and by the Salvadoran government last week. This is just the latest policy pushed by the Trump administration aimed at deterring migration from Central America and other regions.

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