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40 Chinese Migrants Detained in Mexico on Way to U.S. Border

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Mexican authorities detained 40 Chinese migrants in Oaxaca and 180 migrants from Guatemala and Ecuador in Veracruz, indicating a crackdown on migrants heading north.

The Chinese migrants were found on a bus in Tlacolula, while the other group was discovered in Veracruz.

The crackdown comes amid tensions at the U.S.-Mexico border over the high number of migrants crossing illegally. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

U.S. politicians have criticized Mexico for contributing to the migrant crisis, and Border Patrol has apprehended a record number of Chinese migrants entering the U.S.

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