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Mexico sends 6,000 National Guardsmen to control migrants at Guatemalan border

As Mexico negotiates a tariff deal with its northern neighbor, the National Guard has been sent to stem the flow of migrants coming from Central America. The US is pressing for changes in asylum law.

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