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US cracks down on Mexican 'school tourism'

Hundreds of children cross into Arizona every day to attend school in border towns.

Last Modified: 10 May 2013 03:50
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A border town in the US is trying stop school children from Mexico using its education system.

Every day, hundreds of children cross the border into Arizona.

Many were born in the US and are US citizens, but their parents have moved back to Mexico.

Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Douglas, Arizona.

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