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U.S. Media Silent over January Drownings of 14 Migrants in Texas-Mexico Border River

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In January, Mexican authorities discovered 14 drowned migrants in the border area between Coahuila and Texas.

Despite this, the incident received little attention from U.S. news outlets.

The drownings occurred in the midst of increased immigration activity in the Eagle Pass, Texas, and Del Rio Border Patrol Sector regions under the current Biden administration.

The victims included a young girl, and the authorities believe the drownings occurred during attempted crossings into Texas.

The media has focused heavily on the drowning deaths of a woman and two children from Mexico near the US-Mexico border in Rio Grande area.

“The tragedy happened days after state authorities blocked the US Border Patrol from accessing 2.5 miles of the US-Mexico border near Eagle Pass, Texas,” CNN reported.

This is the epicenter of the migrant crisis.

“The area includes Shelby Park, a city park on the Rio Grande that Texas authorities blocked off with fencing, gates and razor wire – effectively denying access to federal Border Patrol agents,” CNN added.

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