Mexican security and immigration authorities have stepped up patrols, highway checkpoints and raids in southern Mexico since the United States started expelling Venezuelan migrants last month.
Author: Edgar H. Clemente
Migrants split on whether to keep walking through Mexico
A group of migrants that once numbered as many as 5,000 split on Thursday about whether to keeping walking through southern Mexico toward the U.S. border.
Migrants march from southern Mexico as Biden lifts COVID ban
TAPACHULA, Mexico — Some 500 migrants from Central America, Venezuela and elsewhere pushed past police and National Guard lines in southern Mexico Friday in one of the first such marches this year. The migrants described the march as a traditiona…