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A day before meeting with President Obama at the White House to discuss the border crisis, the presidents of Honduras and Guatemala blamed the wave of unaccompanied children inundating the U.S. on American foreign policy and on gridlock in Congress over immigration reform.
President Obama will host the presidents of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador next week to discuss ways to "stem the flow" of illegal immigration, as the White House said Friday the U.S. began to return families from all three countries this week.
A massive influx of unlawful immigrants from Central America has policymakers searching for quick fix. While inadequate border security and false perceptions of U.S. immigration law have undoubtedly helped fuel the problem, they are just part of the equation. A thorough understanding requires a look further south.
The seeded Swiss national team face their first test in Karim Benzema and France.
Argentina look to avoid the same disastrous start another favorite, Uruguay, suffered on Saturday.
Newspapers in El Salvador and Honduras are sending youth a compelling message, recommending they head north to the United States — President Obama's administration welcomes them.
Top Obama officials on Monday rejected accusations that their policies have invited the surge of young children trying to jump the U.S.-Mexico border and enter the country illegally, saying the cause is violence in Central America, not the promise of legal status here.
France will head to the World Cup as the favorite in Group E despite strong competition from a well-organized Switzerland coached by Ottmar Hitzfeld.
Switzerland has built a reputation at recent tournaments as an underachiever making unlamented early exits. This young, hard-to-beat team can change that at the World Cup in Brazil.