Policemen escort five Syrian men after they were detained at Toncontin international airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Nov. 18, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Honduras moved Thursday to charge five Syrian men for using falsified Greek passports to try to get to the United States, while Costa Rica arrested a Syrian woman also using a suspect Greek passport.Costa Rican Public Security Minister Gustavo Mata told Radio Monumental that Interpol and the national police were working to determine whether the passport was fake or stolen, and where the woman was headed.In the case of the Syrian men, they told Honduran authorities they had flown from Syria to Lebanon, then to Turkey, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica and on to Honduras. The issue of Syrian migrants has become a domestic political struggle in the United States.
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