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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
Mexico determined not to accept U.S. third safe country deal
A safe third country designation would require asylum seekers to apply for protection in Mexico instead of the United States
Mexico rejects U.S. “safe third country” proposal once again
In theory, a safe third country agreement would force asylum seekers from Central America, who make up a large part of migrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border, to seek refuge in Mexico