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They rescue 61 overcrowded migrants, including 57 Hondurans, in northern Mexico

They were also found with signs of dehydration due to the extreme heat of the region.

Since October 2018, and despite the tightening of surveillance on the southern border of Mexico, thousands of migrants from Central America have entered Mexican territory with the aim of reaching the United States.  EFE / Miguel Sierra / Archive <br />” src=”https://news.google.com/csp/mediapool/sites/dt.common.streams.StreamServer.cls?STREAMOID=EzaGLT9bwCrR_R_4KadTc8$daE2N3K4ZzOUsqbU5sYt0MUkE4dHhhRrjnMsrMoek6FB40xiOfUoExWL3M40tfzssyZqpeG_J0TFo7ZhRaDiHC9oxmioMlYVJD0ARbIiibgT65kY_CSDiCiUzvHvODrHApbd6ry6YGl5GGOZrs-&CONTENTTYPE=image/jpeg”/><br />
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<p>Since October 2018, and despite the tightening of surveillance on the southern border of Mexico, thousands of migrants from Central America have entered Mexican territory with the aim of reaching the United States.  EFE / Miguel Sierra / Archive<br />/ </p>
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