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Mexico Promises To Harden Its Border With Guatemala

NPR Monday, 10 June 2019
As part of tariff negotiations with the U.S., Mexico plans to stop the flow of migrants from Central America. Mexico is still finding the resources needed to harden its border with Guatemala.
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News video: Mexico to send more troops to Guatemalan border as tariffs loom

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To prevent U.S. President Donald Trump from following through on his tariff threat, Mexico has offered to send up to 6,000 members of its national guard to secure its southern border with Guatemala, sources tell Reuters. Colette Luke has more.

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