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Asylum deal at the fore as Guatemalan president visits White House

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week to discuss migration, and sources said he may sign an agreement declaring the Central American country a safe destination for asylum seekers.
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FILE PHOTO: Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales is seen before a family photo during a meeting of the Central American Integration System (SICA), in Guatemala City, Guatemala June 5, 2019. President Donald Trump will meet with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales at the White House on Monday for talks...

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