Mexico: Families divided after raid on community
Seventy-one members of a Guatemalan community who had sought refuge in Tabasco state, Mexico, have been detained by Mexican authorities and taken to a migrant detention centre. Over 100 members of the community remain in Tabasco state. Those detained include children, and some families have apparently been divided.
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