Migrant parents separated from children return to U.S., plead to be reunited

Central American migrants react as they wait to enter the U.S., asking for refuge and to be reunited with their children, after being separated from them by immigration authorities when crossing into the United States illegally last year, at the border crossing in Mexicali-Calexico, Mexico March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Cristian Torres

MEXICALI/TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) – A large group of Central American migrants who U.S. authorities separated from their children last year when they crossed the Mexican border entered the United States again on Saturday asking for refuge and to be reunited with their kids. A Reuters witness said some 50 people entered the United States at […]

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