Associated Press
Associated Press 14 Jan 2021

Migrantes hondureños caminan hacia Guatemala; policía espera

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Alrededor de 200 migrantes inician una marcha a pie hacia la frontera con Guatemala, dos días antes de la fecha prevista para la salida de una caravana desde San Pedro Sula


Cientos de hondureños parten en una caravana hacia EEUU
"Brighter days are coming."

Senate candidate Jon Ossoff spoke to reporters on Thanksgiving while distributing food in Georgia.
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Guatemalans have returned to protest across the country for the second Saturday in a row, as discontent with President Alejandro Giammattei and his government continues.
More than 2,000 people gathered in Guatemala City's central plaza to demand the resignation of Giammattei and congressional representatives who had approved the country's controversial 2021 budget.
"We are demanding that they respect our rights and that all those corrupt politicians in Congress leave," Maria Fernanda Saldana, a 22-year-old university student, told Al Jazeera at the demonstration, where protesters chanted for Giammattei to step down.
Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.

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