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Dismembered Central American Migrants Ask For Change In U.S. Strategy

June 20
By Jean Guerrero

Four dismembered Honduran migrants are in San Diego raising awareness about the dangers of migrating through Mexico.

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FBI Veteran, A Rare Outsider, To Lead U.S. Border Patrol

June 20
By Associated Press

Mark Morgan, who's currently an assistant FBI chief who leads the training division, was named Monday to head the U.S. Border Patrol. The move was a departure from the historical practice of picking someone who has risen through the ranks.

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US Border Patrol Ramps Up Presence In East County To Combat Smugglers

June 17
By City News Service

The Border Patrol's San Diego sector this week launched an operation to stifle the smuggling organizations' criminal activity in the area.

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Tijuana Shelters Help With U.S. Immigration Backlog Of Haitians

June 17
By Jean Guerrero

Overwhelmed San Ysidro customs officials are relying on Tijuana's migrant shelters for help while they catch up processing a rising tide of mostly Haitian migrants.

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San Diego Groups Celebrate World Refugee Day

June 17
By Tarryn Mento

The topic of refugees has been a contentious talking point lately in the U.S., but World Refugee Day aims to celebrate and welcome displaced people.

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New Justice System Rolling Out In Mexico

June 16
By Gina Diamante, Jean Guerrero

Oral trials — similar to those in the U.S. — are expected to make Mexico's justice system more transparent.

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Activists Investigate US Role In Mexico's Human Rights Abuses

June 14
By Jean Guerrero

Human rights activists from San Diego and other cities have embarked on a fact-finding mission in Mexico to show how U.S. policies, military aid and arms sales contribute to human rights violations.

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Railroad Companies Reach Binational Agreement

June 9
By Jean Guerrero

Pacific Imperial Railroad and Baja California Railroad plan to start rehabilitation on the Desert Line in southeastern San Diego County this summer.

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The Costs Behind The Central American Migrant Crisis

June 7
Lorne Matalon / Marfa Public Radio

The U.S. has expanded its border enforcement efforts by assisting Mexico on its southern border. And they’ve had some success: In 2015, fewer Central Americans made it to the U.S. But at what cost?

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Preliminary Results For Tijuana's Mayoral Election Show Close Race

June 6
By Jean Guerrero

Three of 12 candidates for Tijuana mayor each have between 22 and 23 percent of the vote, with Juan Manuel Gastelum of the National Action Party in the lead, preliminary results show.