U.S. sends first Central American asylum seeker to Mexico under new policy

A Honduran man, who is the first Central American asylum seeker to be sent back to Mexico by the U.S., exits a border crossing gate, in Tijuana, Mexico, January 29, 2019. REUTERS/Reuters TV

TIJUANA/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The United States sent the first Central American asylum seeker back to Mexico through a crossing at the border city of Tijuana on Tuesday as part of a hardened immigration policy, an official at Mexico‚Äôs national migration institute said. The return of a Honduran man was carried out under a U.S. […]

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