July 27, 2022

Tren Maya, the tourist railroad that Mexico is building and Belize wants to connect to could cost up to $20 billion

Lopez Obrador says that "never has so much been invested" in the country.
July 26, 2022

International News: Ex-Guatemalan minister pleads guilty to money laundering

The disgraced former politician admitted that he sent $350,000 in bribery payments to the unidentified Guatemalan politicians through 2 companies with bank accounts in Miami.
July 23, 2022

Salvadoran government extends the State of Emergency for 4th time

The State of Emergency was first declared in March when the government began its crackdown on gangs. The extension of the measures will go through to [...]
July 22, 2022

Mexican activists sending abortion drugs to American women

Just as new abortion restrictions began in the U.S., 3 Mexican women crossed into the U.S. at different entry points with dozens of abortion-inducing pills hidden [...]
July 21, 2022

U.S. State Department adds dozens of Central American officials to corruption blacklist

The list includes current and former officials, lawmakers, judges, and business people from Central America.
July 19, 2022

Record number of migrants cross the Rio Grande from Mexico to Texas

Data indicates that a record number of Mexican and Central American migrants continue to trek north hoping to reach the USA.
July 18, 2022

4.2 magnitude quake strikes off coast of El Salvador

Some residents reported feeling tremors in the capital, San Salvador, Reuters report.
July 16, 2022

More than 200,000 migrants apprehended near US-Mexico border in June

This is an all-time monthly high and the agency noted that it processed 191,898 migrants along the U.S. Southern border in June.