The human cost of Mexico-US migration agreement

Mexico agreed to introduce new measures to stop Central American migrants from reaching the US.

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    Even though the United States and Mexico have called the border agreement a success, those trying to reach the US see the deal very differently.

    Washington has announced it will not impose punitive tariffs on Mexican goods after the southern neighbour agreed to introduce new measures to stop Central American migrants from reaching the US.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Tapachula, on Mexico's southern border with Guatemala.


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