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Report: 40% of Guatemalan, Honduran & Salvadoran Migrants Fled After Relatives Killed

HeadlineFeb 12, 2020

Doctors Without Borders says more than two-thirds of migrants fleeing Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador left their home countries after a family member was murdered, disappeared or kidnapped. The new study shows more than 40% of those interviewed said they fled after a family member was violently killed.

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