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At Mexico’s southern border, migrants feel the pinch of a crackdown spurred by U.S.
By Patrick J. McDonnell
Jun 13, 2019 | 4:05 PM


Long lines of migrants, mostly Central Americans, line up daily outside the Tapachula offices of the refugee agencies of Mexico and the United Nations.

Meanwhile, a polyglot throng including people from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean regularly gathers at the local headquarters of the National Institute of Immigration, Mexico’s agency for migrant affairs.

Almost all those seeking help have a common destination — the United States — but they find themselves caught in an expanding Mexican immigration crackdown prompted by U.S. pressure and marooned in this sweltering city in southern Mexico.

https://www.latimes.com/world/mexico-americas/la-fg-mexico-tapachula-migrants-united-states-deal-20190613-story.html
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