The Guardian’s Zero Tolerance Project, 15 and 16 October 2018
3,121 desperate journeys: exposition a week of chaos under Trump’s zero tolerance.
— Olivia Solon, Julia Carrie Wong, Pamela Duncan, Margaret Katcher, Patrick Timmons, and Sam Morris.
‘We are going to die from sadness’: the fathers and sons reunited behind bars
— sole byline: a rare look inside Karnes Residential Family Detention Center, owned by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and operated by GEO Group.
También publicado en español:
‘Vamos a morir de tristeza’: los padres y sus hijos se reunieron tras las rejas.
On a bridge between borders, asylum seekers linger in painful limbo
— sole byline: a visit to the International Bridge between Matamoros and Brownsville and the Cubans waiting to get into the United States to claim asylum.
For UPI.com (United Press International) — Immigration, Border, & Mexico Correspondent
Millions in Mexico City face week-long water outage
30 October 2018
Mexico no ‘safe third country’ for refugees
29 October 2018
ICE relying on jails and prisons to net illegal immigrants
18 October 2018
Separated immigrant families get brief hug at New Mexico border
13 October 2018, reported from El Paso
Opium legalization favored by Mexico’s defense chief.
11 October 2018, reported from Mexico City
U.S. seeks to reduce waivers for immigration fees
4 October 2018
El Paso border wall rises at place once marked by unity
2 October 2018
Salvadoran asylum seeker’s case shows how ICE prolongs detention
26 September 2018
HHS to spend $360M to triple size of ‘tent city’ for migrant children
20 September 2018
Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke on migrant separations: “This cannot be us.”
17 September 2018
On other side of border, Mexico detaining thousands of migrant children
17 September 2018
Mexico facing two-year backlog as asylum requests soar
31 August 2018
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