Mexico to increase railroad surveillance in hopes of deterring immigrants
(Source: Associated Press, August 26, 2014)
MEXICO CITY — A Mexican federal official says the government plans to improve railway surveillance and increase the speed of northbound trains in hopes of deterring Central American migrants from riding on top of freight cars.
Full story: Huffington Post
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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