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Image caption The raid targeted a group of Central American migrants, many of them travelling with children. Mexico has detained nearly 400 Central American migrants who were travelling through the south of the country trying to reach the US border, officials say. Monday's operation in Chiapas state targeted a group of some 3,000 migrants which included small children. It is said to be the largest single raid on people travelling in so-called caravans. Officials say those detained had refused to apply for visas. Mexico is under pressure from the US to stem the flow of people heading north. There has been a huge increase in men, women and children fleeing El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala... Full story

24 April

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