Skepticism about the talks in Oslo remains high among opposition leaders and U.S. officials, some of whom say Maduro may be trying to prevent further international isolation.
Some Danish lawmakers compared the idea to colonialism.
Religious conservatives fear the exception would become the rule.
The small, impoverished country will be hard-pressed to meet the demands of its immigration pact with the U.S.
The report by an ethics watchdog is a setback for the Canadian prime minister, just two months ahead of his closely contested reelection bid.
Washington Post journalists were given access to the McAllen, Tex., facility that has brought accusations of “kids in cages.”
A manhunt for the pair had commenced in July, captivating Canada and drawing international attention.
Alejandro Giammattei, a right-wing former prison director, has already said he'll try to modify the unpopular U.S.-Guatemala immigration deal in his country's favor.
Alejandro Giammattei will inherit a nation plagued by political scandal.
The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement escorted a planeload of Guatemalans out of the United States. He hopes there will be many more flights just like it.
Officials and advocates say several families have been kidnapped since the Remain in Mexico policy was expanded to dangerous Tamaulipas state.
Jimmy Morales has sought to accommodate Trump’s migration policies. Voters head to the polls Sunday to choose his replacement.
The move comes amid a U.S.-imposed embargo placing the country on similar footing with Cuba, Iran, North Korea and Syria.
After years of largely middle-class migration, aid officials see an uptick in the poor, the elderly and the disabled leaving the South American nation.
If Mexico proceeds with an extradition request, it would mark an unusual step that U.S. authorities will probably dismiss.
The dismissal of Ricardo Galvão, head of the government agency charged with watching the rainforest, has scientists fearful for their research under the right-wing leader.
Some are hopeful that the Cuba-style embargo will lead to the ouster of President Nicolás Maduro.
His death came days after his elaborate attempt to escape prison drew attention worldwide.
National security adviser John Bolton warns supporters of the Maduro regime: “Do not double down on a bad bet.”
Uruguay’s foreign ministry warned of “growing indiscriminate violence, mostly for hate crimes, including racism and discrimination.”