Central America

Nika Knight, staff writer
Refugees from El Salvador turn themselves in to a U.S. border agent near Rio Grande, Texas.
The journey taken by Central American refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. has grown so violent that nine out of 10 migrants seen by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) psychologists exhibit symptoms of depression and trauma as a result—a 300 percent increase from 2014. "The normalization of violence is a symptom in itself, which...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Before her assassination, Honduran Indigenous leader Berta Cáceres criticized U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton as an example of international "meddling." (Photo via Democracy Now!)
The U.S.-backed Honduran coup ushered in a wave of neoliberal policies that...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The Obama administration is planning more raids to deport hundreds of Central...