Carrie Kahn

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Haiti gang has released 2 of the 17 foreign Christian missionaries they kidnapped

Monday, November 22, 2021

Gang members in Haiti released two of the 17 foreign missionaries they've been holding for more than a month. The move comes as police in Haiti are cracking down on the gangs.


Biden is set to host the leaders of Canada, Mexico for the Three Amigos summit

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

The leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States will meet in Washington, the first such summit in five years. They're expected to discuss topics like COVID-19, climate change and migration.


Haiti gang leader calls a temporary truce to let gasoline trucks service stations

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

A gang leader in Haiti has called a week-long truce and says he will let vital gasoline trucks service stations around the country. Gas shortages have brought Haiti to a near halt.


Cuban government vowed to prevent today's planned march

Monday, November 15, 2021

In Cuba, opponents of the government urged citizens to put on white shirts and march in the streets. The government denied permits for the protest. Activists now face detentions and intimidation.


Cubans protest for greater freedom of expression while government clamps down

Sunday, November 14, 2021

Pro-democracy activists and artists in Cuba say they will hold public protests on Monday, despite the government's statement that such demonstrations will not be permitted.


Daniel Ortega has won the Nicaragua presidency in an election many say was a sham

Monday, November 08, 2021

Nicaragua's leader Daniel Ortega says he was overwhelmingly elected president for a fourth consecutive term Sunday. But critics, including leaders around the world, say the elections were a sham.


In an election condemned as a sham, Nicaragua's president is reelected

Monday, November 08, 2021

Daniel Ortega will begin a fourth consecutive term as president after being pronounced the winner of Sunday's elections. President Biden said the vote was "neither free nor fair."


Nicaragua may be holding presidential elections, but it is edging toward dictatorship

Sunday, November 07, 2021

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is running for a fourth consecutive term to remain leader of the Central American country in elections that critics and U.S. officials have labeled a "sham."


U.S. considers sanctions for Nicaragua ahead of country's 'sham' election

Saturday, November 06, 2021

Voters in Nicaragua head to the polls on Sunday to pick a new president. The country's leader, Daniel Ortega, is on the ballot for a fourth consecutive term, and many are calling the election a sham.


Having jailed opposition candidates, Daniel Ortega is set to win Nicaragua presidency

Friday, November 05, 2021

Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega will likely be reelected Sunday. He has jailed political opponents and ensured the vote will be in his favor.


Examining the recent Haitian migrant surge at the U.S. border with Mexico

Thursday, October 14, 2021

How did 15,000 Haitian migrants, over a five-day span, reach the U.S.-Mexico border last month unimpeded? The answer involves, crime, law enforcement and politics.


Fans worry over ranchera icon Vicente Fernández, who remains hospitalized

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Mexico's most famous ranchera singer remains hospitalized after a fall at his Guadalajara ranch, leaving fans on both sides of the border worried about his fate and the music he made so famous.


For many Haitian migrants, reaching the U.S. border took of years of travel

Friday, October 01, 2021

For many Haitian migrants, the dangerous journey from their troubled home country to the United States spans a decade and thousands of dangerous miles through Latin America.


Border At Del Rio To Reopen After Migrant Encampment Cleared

Sunday, September 26, 2021

An encampment under a bridge on the US/Mexico border has been cleared of nearly 15 thousand migrants, most of them from Haiti, and the bridge is set to be fully open tomorrow.


The Border Is Reopening At Del Rio After The U.S. Clears Migrant Camp

Saturday, September 25, 2021

U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a statement outlining plans to allow passenger and cargo traffic to resume. Earlier, a camp of 15,000 migrants, mostly Haitians, had gathered there.


What The Border At Del Rio, Texas, Is Like Now That The Migrant Camp Is Gone

Friday, September 24, 2021

U.S. officials continue to reduce the number of Haitian migrants at the border. Authorities hope to reopen the border to Mexico that has been shuttered since the increase in migrants to the region.


Thousands Of Migrants Are Weighing Whether To Crossing Into The U.S.

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Haitian migrants camped on the Mexican side of the U.S. border are debating making the crossing north to face possible deportation to Haiti — or release into the U.S. for immigration hearings.


How Haitian Migrants Are Getting To The U.S., And Where They May Go Next

Thursday, September 23, 2021

U.S. border agents are allowing some Haitian migrants into the country on a temporary basis, while others are being deported or heading back over the border to Mexico.


Haiti's PM Replaces Prosecutor Who Wants Him Charged In President Moïse's Slaying

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

The ex-chief prosecutor in Haiti was asking a judge to bar the prime minister from leaving the country until he agreed to submit to questioning about the July assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.


Nicaragua Is Moving To Arrest One Of Its Leading Writers In A Pre-election Crackdown

Thursday, September 09, 2021

Prosecutors ordered the arrest of Sergio Ramirez, one of the country's most distinguished writers, who is now out of the country. President Daniel Ortega is arresting opponents ahead of elections.