Jul 16, 2013

In Mexico, rails are risky crossing for a new wave of Central American migrants

Washington Post 
By Nick Miroff
July 15, 2013

Central Americans have been catching freight trains to the U.S. border for years, risking injury or worse for a free ride and a path clear of Mexican government checkpoints. But at a time when illegal immigration to the United States remains near its lowest point in four decades, the number of Central Americans going north has soared, putting new attention on the rail system that takes thousands to the border each year.  Read more.

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