US State Department: Humanitarian Challenges in Central America

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US State Department: Humanitarian Challenges in Central AmericaAnnouncing New Assistance to Respond to Humanitarian Challenges in Central America Washington, DC (STL.News) Senior Advisor to the President on Migration Amy Pope announced more than $57 million in new humanitarian assistance at the June 10 Solidarity Event for Forcibly Displaced Persons and Host Communities in Central America and Mexico.  The…

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