White House said it had reached agreements with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to step up military presence at their borders in an effort to stem migration to the U.S. It is unclear exactly when the U.S. reached the agreements with the three countries, with the White House only saying they were signed in recent weeks. Under the agreements, Mexico will maintain a presence of 10,000 troops along its southern border. Guatemala will send 1,500 military and police personnel to its border with Honduras, while setting up 12 checkpoints along migration routes.

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White House announces border agreements with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala.