Vice President Biden in Honduras
Central American leaders gathered in Honduras to meet Vice President Joe Biden for talks that focused on the fight against drug trafficking and the violent crime that plagues their region.
El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are battling with some of the highest homicide rates in the world and have been battered in recent years by the invasion of Mexican drug cartels seeking to expand their territories and use Central America as a drug transferring point.
Biden said the leaders are working together to reduce drug demand in the United States and the flow of weapons into the Central American Region.
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