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IOM assists migrant caravan in Guatemala

The U.N. migration agency was providing aid and arranging the return home of more than 140 migrants in Guatemala from Honduras trying to enter the U.S.

WASHINGTON (AN) — The United Nations' migration agency said on Friday it was providing humanitarian aid and arranging the safe return home of more than 140 migrants who arrived in Guatemala from Honduras while trying to reach the United States.

The latest actions by the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration, also known as U.N. Migration, showcase the growing reliance on international organizations to help nations navigate the political landscapes surrounding so-called migrant caravans from Central America.

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