The man-in-the-know nursed a late-morning beer at a bar near the Suchiate River that separates Guatemala from Mexico, and answered a question about his human smuggling business with a question: “Do you think a coyote is going to say he’s a coyote?”
A 15-year-old Guatemalan boy whose death became a symbol of the perils facing children attempting to illegally cross into the United States was buried in his hometown Saturday, amid prayers and tears from his family.
The mother of a Guatemalan boy whose body was found in the desert about a mile from Texas’ southern border said Tuesday she begged him not to make the dangerous journey from their modest cinder block- and sheet-metal home high in the northern Cuchumatanes mountains.
South Texas sheriff’s officials say a body found this month in some brush near the border apparently was an 11-year-old unaccompanied immigrant from Guatemala.
The men are accused of holding 115 people in a Houston home and threatening them with violence if they could not come up with a ransom payment.
Hispanic is a term that describes an ancestral relationship to Hispania, the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal and Spain. It is also a description used by the Census Bureau to categorize people that identify themselves as being of Spanish-speaking […]