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U.S. announces asylum deal with Honduras, could send migrants to one of world’s most violent nations

The Trump administration's deal with the violence-plagued nation comes shortly after U.S. prosecutors named Honduras' president as a co-conspirator in a major drug case.

A Honduran migrant holds his daughters’ hand at an immigration checkpoint in Nuevo Laredo. The pair requested asylum in the United States, but were promptly returned to Mexico to await their case. The father was uncertain whether they would remain in Mexico until their court date.

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