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Mexico pledges to set up checkpoints to 'dissuade' migrants from hopping freight trains to US border

  • Mexican officials plan to establish checkpoints in an effort to deter migrants from boarding freight trains to the U.S. Border. This follows the suspension of 60 train runs due to safety concerns involving injuries and deaths of migrants.
  • It is unclear where the checkpoints will be located or how the migrants will be dissuaded or detained. Previously, Mexican authorities had stopped trains to remove migrants, but it is uncertain if this will continue.
  • In response to the situation, Mexico's National Immigration Institute is working with Ferromex, the largest railway company, to implement the security plan. Additionally, Customs and Border Protection in the U.S. Has closed an international railway crossing due to the influx of migrants in Eagle Pass, Texas.
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