Mexico: Migrants at risk of mass kidnapping
On 6 July, migrants had to flee the Tenosique Migrants Shelter in Tabasco state, southern Mexico, after being threatened that they would be kidnapped. The lives of the shelter staff and migrants who stay at the shelter are at risk.
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