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27 Oct 2016 description
report The Guardian

By by Nina Lakhani in Tapachula, Mexico

The numbers are staggering, and governments are doing little to protect people from warring gangs and corrupt security forces. Yet entire families who are now seeking asylum are being sent back and told to simply live elsewhere

Read the full report on the Guardian.

25 Aug 2014 description
report The Guardian

A crackdown in Mexico is making life hard for Central American people trying to flee poverty and violence via rail to the US

18 Sep 2013 description
report The Guardian

Mexico has suffered some of the worst storm damage in decades after it was hit by both tropical storm 'Manuel', and the hurricane 'Ingrid', and more than 50 people have been killed across the country

View the pictures on the Guardian.

01 Feb 2012 description
report The Guardian

The Rarámuri indigenous community in northern Mexico faces severe food and water shortages after the region's worst drought in more than 70 years

Watch the slideshow.