Mexico curbs flow of migrants to the US

With illegal migrants being deported in record numbers, fewer are attempting the journey that has only got tougher.

    Mexico is deporting migrants in record numbers. It's part of a campaign aimed at stemming the flow of illegal migrants traveling to the United States. 

    Fewer people are now attempting the journey - but the dangers they face are now even greater.

    Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Arraiaga, Mexico.


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