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Guatemala president postpones Washington visit where asylum talks were planned

Reuters Sunday, 14 July 2019
The government of Guatemala said on Sunday that it would postpone President Jimmy Morales' visit to Washington as it waits for the Central American country's top court to rule on migration measures.
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President Trump hopes migrants from other Central American Countries will seek asylum in Guatemala.

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