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| Victoria Bouloubasis, Monica Wise

Trump Administration’s Limits on Asylum for Domestic Violence Put Guatemalan Women in Peril

DORA MARISOL LÓPEZ helped put the woman’s husband in jail years ago. “He would leave work to go stay in the street in front of her house. She would go to the market, and he’d go…

| Emily Green, Alicia Vera

Despite Trump’s Asylum Crackdown, Migrants Fleeing Violence in El Salvador Still Plan for the U.S.

“IT’S PEACEFUL WHERE I live,” said 21-year-old Iris Tobar Rodríguez of her hometown Jutiapa, an isolated rural area in El Salvador, where her family resides on a dirt road inaccessible to cars. She paused. “Except two days…

| Cora Currier, Danielle Mackey

The Rise of the Net Center: How an Army of Trolls Protects Guatemala’s Corrupt Elite

Photo: Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images How an Army of Trolls Protects Guatemala’s Corrupt Elite At 6:02 AM on August 27, 2017, the president of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, uploaded a video statement to Twitter declaring the former Colombian judge…

| Molly O’Toole

As Trump Blocks Refugees, Africans Fleeing Violence Make the Treacherous Trip to the U.S. through Mexico

The hostel in Tapachula looked at first like any other border town flophouse. Dark back rooms with naked mattresses. Dust unspooling in the sunlit lobby. A bird cage under a dirty towel. A few tenants…

| Cora Currier, Danielle Mackey

Trump Administration Suddenly Cancels Refugee Program that Saved Lives of Central American Children

The State Department announced Wednesday evening the abrupt cancellation of a program that gave youth fleeing violence in Central America the chance to apply for asylum and join their families in the United States. While…

| Cora Currier, Alice Proujansky

Emboldened by Trump, U.S. Border Officials are Lying to Asylum Seekers and Turning Them Away

Photo: Alice Proujansky for The Intercept A new border crossing called PedWest opened last year between Tijuana, Mexico, and San Ysidro, in San Diego, California. To cross from Mexico to the United States by foot…

| Alice Proujansky

Uprooted – Born in the United States, Learning to Live in Mexico

Students play in the schoolyard of the Jardin de Niños Xochimilli. Photo: Alice Proujansky for The Intercept Alexandra, a 13-year-old with long hair and a wry smile, misses her school in Sacramento. Now that she…

| Alice Proujansky

By any means necessary

Women and children from Central America began arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border in unprecedented numbers during the summer of 2014. Referring to the “urgent humanitarian situation,” President Barack Obama called on Congress to build new…

| Natalie Keyssar

AGONIES OF EXILE: Deported Mothers, Separated From Their Children, Wait in Limbo at the Mexican Border

When deported mother Yolanda Varona received a call from photojournalist Natalie Keyssar on Friday morning, her voice was quivering. Varona, a Mexican mother of two and leader of spoke clearly – and forcefully – about…