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12 police arrested in deaths of migrants near US-Mexico border


The attorney general in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas says twelve police officers have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the deaths of 19 people, whose charred bodies were found last month near Mexico's border with the US.

Added on the 04/02/2021 03:48:14 - Copyright : AFP EN

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