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New Report Details How Central American Migrants Become ‘Victims of Mexico’

“We really hope people come to understand that these migrants are not just people going to the U.S. or Mexico in search of work; these are people fleeing for their lives and seeking protection," said Maureen Meyer, senior associate for Mexico at the Washington Office of Latin America and a co-author of the report. The post New Report Details How Central American Migrants Become ‘Victims of Mexico’ appeared first on Rewire.
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