The United States have for the first time deported children from Central America to Mexico, where you must to the processing of their asylum claims waiting. Ten minors, nine of them younger than 13 years of age, had been brought on Thursday in the company of adults in the Mexican border town of Tijuana, said Mexico's immigration authorities (INAMI).
so Far, the United States had sent only an adult back in the Latin American country. Overall, at the end of January have been launched since the beginning of the deportations 73 Central American migrants from the U.S. to Mexico.
at the end of December had been agreed by the United States according to the US homeland security Ministry with Mexico on a procedure for the deportation of Central American asylum-seekers. The Mexican government speaks of a unilateral decision of the United States. Previously, Mexico had refused, non-Mexican migrants, is doing it for humanitarian reasons, but now but.
now children were deported, has been threatened, criticized the US human rights organisation Human Rights First, sharp. The children of one of the most dangerous places in the world where they are the victims of violence and trafficking in human beings can be send to a new low, said the Director of the organization, Eleanor Acer.
BREAKING: 10 children have been sent back to Tijuana under the Remain in Mexico scheme.— Human Rights First (@humanrights1st) February 14, 2019
Forcing children back to one of the most dangerous and deadly places in the world, where they could fall victim to violence and human trafficking, is a new low.https://t. co/10EfBQbe91
In the border city of Piedras Negras, which is located opposite the U.S. city of Eagle Pass, Texas, from waiting for several days, more than 1500 migrants from Central America in the accommodation. Some take the dangerous crossing of the Rio Bravo.
the majority of The migrants who arrive at the border between the United States and Mexico, is native to Central America. You have fled the violence and poverty in their home countries and hope to seek asylum in the United States. So far, the migrants in the case of a further processing of your application to the U.S. were housed-page.
statistics: The largest Exodus in the history of Latin America million Venezuelans have left their country – driven poverty, Hunger and violence.
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