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The odyssey of migrants in Mexico

I’ve spent a bit of time in southern Mexico in the last two or three months, doing stories on the southern border and the plight of migrants traversing Mexico. For anyone interested in the matter, here’s a link to a story on the porous southern border. I did another one on Los Zetas have practically taken over the migrant trafficking trade. And a final story yesterday related how many of the migrants in shelters around Mexico are U.S. deportees. Their journey isn’t one to a new land but a return home. 


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