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US & Canada · Texas

Body of missing Texas National Guard soldier recovered near U.S.-Mexico border

48% Center coverage: 43 sources
Spc. Bishop E. Evans, a 22-year-old Texas National Guard soldier, was washed away after attempting to rescue two migrants. He was assigned to Operation Lone Star, Gov. Greg Abbott's highly touted border initiative. The two migrants survived and are in custody of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Roughly 6 million US adults identify as Afro-Latino, new study finds

53% Center coverage: 17 sources
Pew Research Center released its latest report on Afro Latino identity on Monday. Many Hispanic people identify themselves based on their ancestral countries of origin, their Indigenous roots, or racial background. The results further reveal the multiple dimensions of Latino identity, the report says. It says about 2% of the adult U.S. population and 12% of Latinos identify as Afro Latinos.See the Story
US & Canada · Mexico City

Mexican officials clear out migrant camp at Texas border

Coverage: 21 sources
Mexican authorities have cleared a makeshift encampment of migrants in the northern border city of Reynosa that had grown over the past year to hold some 2,000 people, Mexico's migration institute (INM) said on Tuesday. Many of the migrants, who are mainly from Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Haiti, were taken to a nearby shelter, INM said in a statement. The ReynosaSee the Story
US & Canada · Austin

Texas AG Ken Paxton sues Biden administration over border for 11th time

53% Center coverage: 15 sources
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton files 11th lawsuit against Biden administration over border security policies. Paxton claims new rule provides too many loopholes for migrants who do not qualify for asylum to remain and seek asylum in the United States. New rule transfers significant authority from immigration judges to asylum officers, Paxton says.See the Story
Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines available for children in Baja California

Coverage: 2 sources
As of this week, children as young as 5 years old will be allowed to get a COVID-19 vaccination in this city and throughout Baja California. It's one of the few regions in Mexico where all children ages 5-11 now have access to the vaccine. So far, almost 41,000 kids have been registered for the vaccines.See the Story

Honduran family on MPP ordered deported as Supreme Court lets Trump-era policy end

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Honduran family was one of the first to be sent back under the Migrant Protection Protocols program. They crossed the Rio Grande on a raft into the South Texas border town of Hidalgo one night in August 2019. Under MPP, which the Trump administration started to reduce illegal immigration into the Southwest border from Mexico, the family ended up living on the streets of Matamoros, Mexico, for nearly four months. Now, they've been placed in removal proceedings after missing a mandatory immigration court hearing in February.See the Story
Trade · New Mexico

Juarez threatens to send cargo trucks through New Mexico if Texas slows trade

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Chamber of Industry alerts maquiladoras, Mexican exporters to be on the lookout for disruptions in trade flow similar to those experienced in April. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott vows to increase highway truck inspections following the deaths of 53 migrants in the back of a truck. Abbott has not publicly disclosed details of where the new truck checks would happen.See the Story
El Paso · El Paso

Advocates set sights on Title 42, Operation Lone Star after court strikes down MPP

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Immigrant advocates hold a vigil to honor hundreds who died trying to enter the United States. They blamed those deaths on the U.S.-Mexico border that forces fathers to walk across deserts, sort irrigation canals and ride sweltering truck trailers. They also downplayed the Supreme Court decision allowing President Joe Biden to do away with the Remain in Mexico policy.See the Story

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