As of Friday, the U.S. had sent 6,004 asylum seekers back to Mexico under the program, and during the last month, authorities sent 1,713 to Tijuana, 933 to Mexicali and 2,035 to Juarez, according to Mexico’s immigration agency, the National Institute of Migration.
Mexico has been described as the deadliest country for reporters outside of a war zone. Since 2000, at least 144 journalists have been murdered according to Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission (CNDH). Only Afghanistan and […]
FILE PHOTO: Bullet casings lie on the street near a crime scene in Acapulco, Mexico May 7, 2019. REUTERS/Javier Verdin /File Photo MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Murders in Mexico jumped in the first half of […]
MEXICO CITY — Mexico has signed an agreement with the United Nations’ top human rights official for technical assistance in its latest attempt to determine what happened to 43 missing students, officials said Monday. U.N. […]