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Honduras can’t cope with migrants’ exodus

WASHINGTON, D. C.: Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández is warning that up to 70,000 foreigners could be stuck in the Central American country as a result of a recent crackdown on illegal immigration by the United States and Mexico. The president said Monday: “For us that is a high risk topic. We could not handle a situation like that.” Hernández made the comment after meeting with Acting US Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan in Washington.


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