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UPDATE: Authorities have not found any links between the men and terror groups, Reuters reported.


Police in Honduras apprehended five Syrians who were trying to make their way to the U.S. with stolen and doctored Greek passports, according to Reuters.

The Syrian men were held late on Tuesday in the Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa, on arrival from Costa Rica. Authorities said they had been planning to head to the border with neighboring Guatemala.

Adam Housley reported on "Your World" that at this point there are no links to the men and the attacks in Paris.

"The quote from the authorities there was that they received information from police services that these five Syrians left Greece, passed through Turkey, Brazil, Argentina, San Jose in Costa Rica, before finally reaching the capital city in Honduras," Housley said.

He added that the U.S. and others who are fighting ISIS have expressed concern that militants could gain entry to the U.S. in several ways, including through Latin American countries, specifically Mexico.

Watch the full report above.


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