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Mexico-U.S. border: drug cartels and migration
The U.S. government's concern about the power of criminal organizations increased after the latest violent attacks in Mexico, such as the unsuccessful arrest of Ovidio Guzmán, El Chapo’s son, or the massacre of nine American Mormons in Sonora
The National Guard is accused of violating human rights
During the last decade, the armed forces perpetrated serious human rights violations
U.S.-bound migrants reactivate dangerous Mexican sea routes
The highly dangerous sea route by the shores of Chiapas and Oaxaca is being used by migrants as an alternative to reach the U.S. due to the National Guard’s deployment in Mexico’s southern border to stem migrant flow and the impossibility to climb “La Bestia”
Mexico deports over 300 Indian migrants
Mexico’s National Migration Institute performed an unprecedented transatlantic deportation of Indian nationals following a deal to curb U.S.-bound migration
Mexican National Guard blocks US-bound migrant caravan
Approximately 2,000 migrants from Africa, the Caribbean, and Central America were halted by Mexican military police hours after they embarked toward the United States
The Mexican ghost town scarred by migration
Poverty created a culture of migration to the U.S. in the search for better living conditions
Migrants close U.S.-Mexico border bridge in protest
Central American migrants are awaiting court dates for hearings in the United States scheduled in weeks or months under a U.S. policy called the Migrant Protection Protocols
Central American migrants detentions on U.S.-Mexico border on the rise
About 1 million undocumented migrants were apprehended on the US-Mexico border from October 2018 to September 2019, the highest annual total in the last 12 years
Mexico’s Cervantino Festival will focus on migration
The 47th edition of the International Cervantino Festival will present 295 artistic activities with migration as the focal point
NYT: Trump suggested shooting migrants and building an alligator moat
Inhuman measures are not new for Trump, who detained and separated children from their families