Tag: National Human Rights Commission (Mexico)

Overflowing Toilets, Bedbugs and High Heat: Inside Mexico’s Migrant Detention Centers

ACAYUCAN, Mexico — Migrants have been held in a wrestling arena, at a fairground and in government offices. They’ve been forced to sleep in hallways, on an outdoor basketball court, even directly on the hard ground. Mexico’s detention centers have at times reached triple, quadruple and even quintuple their capacity. Detainees at some centers have […]

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