I-League 2021: Love for football made Clayvin Zuniga travel to India, wants title to make it more memorable
While players often switch clubs and countries for better prospects and salaries, football means a lot more to Clayvin Zuniga. It's a medium that helped him beat poverty. Through it he wants to see the world.
A forecast shows Eta taking a turn over Central America and then reforming as a tropical storm in the Caribbean, possibly reaching Cuba on Sunday and southern Florida on Monday
Honduras became the 50th country to ratify the landmark treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the UN said on Saturday, in a move hailed by anti-nuclear activists but strongly opposed by the US and the other major nuclear powers
CONCACAF said in a statement the games would now take place next March, saying the decision had been taken in conjunction with world governing body FIFA.
Homeland Security report says migrant arrests at US-Mexico border fell 28% in a month due to ‘tightened controls’
The number of migrants detained after entering the US across the southern border fell 28 percent in June from May as both the United States and Mexico tightened controls, the Department of Homeland Security announced on Tuesday.
Boston and US suburbs seeing ‘economic boom’ aided by demographic shifts as Central American immigration increases in region
The demographic shifts are transforming the Boston area and helping fuel its economic boom, said Luc Schuster, director of Boston Indicators project.
CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019: Curacao hold last year's runners-up Jamaica 1-1, both advance to quarter-finals
Curacao held Jamaica to a 1-1 draw as Jamaica were unable to convert their many chances after scoring their opening goal in the 13th minute by Shamar Nicholson
World Refugee Day tomorrow: UN report says 71 million displaced globally due to war, persecution and other violence
A record of 71 million people have been displaced worldwide from war, persecution and other violence, the United Nations refugee agency said Wednesday
International friendlies: Philippe Coutinho inspires Brazil to 7-0 thrashing of 10-man Honduras ahead of Copa America
Philippe Coutinho helped Brazil prepare for a Copa America without Neymar after 10-man Honduras were comprehensively thrashed 7-0 in Porto Alegre
Mexico asks for investigation into use of force against migrant caravan; 25 arrested in latest attempt to cross US border
Mexico called on the United States on Thursday to investigate the use of force by border patrol agents against members of a Central American migrant caravan who tried to rush the US-Mexican border on New Year day.
Over a thousand Honduran migrants escaping poverty and violence halted at a river in Mexico to bathe and relax before resuming their march towards the United States,
Donald Trump says letting people enter US illegally 'unfair' to those waiting years to legally obtain green card
According to Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, Indians would have to wait for decades and in some cases as much as 151 years to get a green card.
Caravan of Honduran migrants resume march toward US; Donald Trump calls for immediate change of immigration laws
A growing caravan of Honduran migrants streamed through southern Mexico on Sunday heading toward the United States, after making an end-run around Mexican agents who briefly blocked them at the Guatemalan border.
Mexican authorities on Saturday allowed dozens of women and children from the Honduran migrant caravan to pass into its territory, the country's ambassador to Guatemala said.
Migrant crisis: Donald Trump says 'anyone entering US illegally will be arrested, detained and deported'
Donald Trump has been a fierce advocate of building a border wall with Mexico to tighten the US' immigration controls.
Mike Pence tells three Central American governments to end migrant 'exodus', calls on leaders to respect borders
Mike Pence said US officials were working to keep families together and welcomed legal immigration from their countries, but he urged the presidents to "tell your people that coming to the United States illegally will only result in a hard journey and a harder life."
A fact sheet by the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies said authorities know location of all immigrant children in custody.
Activists blocked roads and clashed with police in Honduras as part of nationwide protests against re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Honduras' second-largest city on Friday to protest the re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez
A massive earthquake of magnitude 7.6 struck north of Honduras in the Caribbean Sea on Tuesday, sparking a tsunami warning in the area