U.S. Triples Reward Money for Capture of Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, Who Founded Sinaloa Cartel With El Chapo

U.S. Triples Reward Money for Capture of Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, Who Founded Sinaloa Cartel With El Chapo

The U.S. government has tripled its reward for the capture of Sinaloa cartel boss Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, a longtime partner of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
U.S. Eyeing at Land Routes to Evacuate Stranded Americans, Afghan Allies in Afghanistan

U.S. Eyeing at Land Routes to Evacuate Stranded Americans, Afghan Allies in Afghanistan

The U.S. is looking for ways, including via land routes, to evacuate the Americans and Afghan allies that were left behind in Afghanistan.
U.S. Military Launches Airstrike Against ISIS-K in Afghanistan, Killing Intended Target

[BREAKING] U.S. Military Launches Airstrike Against ISIS-K in Afghanistan, Killing Intended Target

The U.S. military has conducted an airstrike against members of the Islamic State in Afghanistan on Saturday, the Pentagon said.
Taliban Got Hold of a U.S.-Made Super-Surveillance System

Taliban Got Hold of a U.S.-Made Super-Surveillance System

The Taliban has gotten hold of a U.S.-made surveillance system and is now using it.
Taliban Warns Pres. Joe Biden of 'Consequences' If U.S. Extends Aug. 31 Afghanistan Withdrawal Deadline

Taliban Warns Pres. Joe Biden of 'Consequences' If U.S. Extends Aug. 31 Afghanistan Withdrawal Deadline

The Taliban has warned President Joe Biden that there would be consequences if the evacuation and withdrawal of U.S. troops in Afghanistan would go beyond the August 31 deadline.
Hundreds of Migrants Expelled From U.S. to Mexico Are Now Stuck in Limbo in Guatemala

Hundreds of Migrants Expelled From U.S. to Mexico Are Now Stuck in Limbo in Guatemala

Hundreds of migrants expelled from the U.S. under pandemic-related restrictions and were flown to Mexico are now stranded in a border town in Guatemala.
Migrant Families in U.S. Are Now Being Flown to Mexico Under Trump’s Controversial Title 42 Border Policy

Migrant Families in U.S. Are Now Being Flown to Mexico Under Trump’s Controversial Title 42 Border Policy

In an effort to curb migration, the United States on Thursday began flying migrant families deep into Mexico, which is far from the border.
U.S. Halts Cooperation with Guatemala Authorities After Anti-Corruption Leader Juan Francisco Sandoval Removed

U.S. Halts Cooperation with Guatemala Authorities After Anti-Corruption Leader Juan Francisco Sandoval Removed

The United States is suspending its cooperation with Guatemala's criminal prosecutor after the head of the unit in charge of fighting corruption was sacked.
Some tips for those who plan to migrate in U.S.

Tips for Those who Want to Migrate to the United States of America

Planning to migrate to the United States soon? These practical tips will help you prepare.
Honduras Ex-President Porfirio Lobo Sosa Banned From Entering the U.S. for Allegedly Accepting Bribes From Drug Traffickers

Honduras Ex-President Banned From Entering the U.S. for Allegedly Accepting Bribes From Drug Traffickers

The U.S. has banned Honduras ex-president Porfirio Lobo Sosa from entering into the U.S. following allegations of accepting bribes from drug traffickers.
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Warns Migrants From Cuba, Haiti Not To Flee to U.S. Amid Unrest

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Warns Cubans and Haitians Not To Flee to U.S. Amid Unrest

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas warned possible migrants from Cuba and Haiti against trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
U.S. Declines Haiti's Request for Troops in Securing Ports

U.S. Declines Haiti's Request for Troops in Securing Ports

The U.S. declined to provide troops as Haiti requested reinforcements in securing ports after President Jovenel Moise was assassinated.
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U.S. Investigation Sheds Light On Guatemalan Soldiers' Role in Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel Drug Trafficking

The United States government conducted an investigation that shed light on the suspected participation of Guatemalan soldiers in the cocaine smuggling network connected to Mexico's notorious Sinaloa Cartel.
U.S. Stretches Travel Restrictions at Canada and Mexico Until July 21: DHS Says

U.S. Stretches Travel Restrictions at Canada and Mexico Until July 21, DHS Says

DHS announced U.S. is extending the travel restriction to Mexico and Canada until July 21. Canada says it won't reopen to the U.S. until they attain 75% vaccination rate.
Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Discusses Summer Travel And Security Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend

DHS Secretary to Discuss Mexico City Reopening

Before the eventual Mexico City reopening, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is expected to have talks regarding the U.S.-Mexico border during meetings in the city on Tuesday.
U.S. to Buy 500 Million Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines to Share Through COVAX Alliance

U.S. to Buy 500 Million Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines to Share Through COVAX Alliance

The U.S. is eyeing to acquire 500 million more doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to share globally through the COVAX alliance.
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