Honduras

migration

The Reason Hondurans Are Very Pissed Off Right Now — and Taking to the Streets

U.S. prosecutors have accused the president of conspiring with drug traffickers.
Emily Green
8.19.19
immigration

Mexico Is Now Trapping Migrants Before They Can Even Reach the US Border

'We were locked inside as if we were in a jail,' one migrant said of his experience at a shelter.
Justin Glawe
2.26.19
Cartel Chronicles

How Cocaine-Fueled Corruption Helped Spark the Migrant Caravan

Honduras is being eaten up by the drug cartels and their violence, so it's only natural people want out. That's just the end of a long story.
Deborah Bonello
12.4.18
immigration

U.S. border chief defends using tear gas that left migrant children choking

Kirstjen Nielsen said the U.S. would “not tolerate this type of lawlessness."
Tim Hume
11.26.18
Travel

Inside the Corruption and Repression Forcing Hondurans to Flee to the US

Migrants are leaving not only because they fear gang violence, but because they are terrified of the brutal government.
Peter Tinti
10.26.18
migrant caravan

Migrants say coming to the U.S. isn't their goal: "They see us as animals"

Inside the migrant caravan, few seem to be aware the president of the United States is rallying his base by demonizing them.
Emily Green
10.23.18
immigration

The Violence Central American Migrants Are Fleeing Was Stoked by the US

We're still dealing with the aftermath of atrocities committed by US allies in Central America during the Cold War.
Cole Kazdin
6.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Crying Girl in This Viral Photo Wasn't Actually Separated from Her Family

The photo became a symbol of the current family separation crisis on the US-Mexico border.
Drew Schwartz
6.22.18
immigration

Trump wants troops at the border until the wall is built

It's not clear he can legally do that, but he announced he would anyway.
Alexa Liautaud
4.3.18
Honduras

U.S.-backed Honduran government wants to use Facebook to crack down on journalists

“Journalists are afraid.”
Toby Hill
3.29.18
crime

My Time Reporting from the Most Dangerous City in the World

Spanish-born reporter Alberto Arce has a job known locally as "red journalism", after all the blood.
Amelia Abraham
2.28.18
Vice News Tonight

The U.S. is propping up a dictatorship in Honduras

Even after corruptions, scandals and political assassinations, the United States has still supported Honduras' government
David Noriega
2.9.18
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