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U.S. Official Says Apprehensions On Mexico Border Drop 25% In June

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U.S. Official Says Apprehensions On Mexico Border Drop 25% In June

U.S. Official Says Apprehensions On Mexico Border Drop 25% In June

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, the top US border security official said that far fewer migrants tried to enter the United States in June due to increased efforts by the Mexican government to stem the flow of people heading north from Central America.

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan said that he anticipated that the apprehension of migrants along the US-Mexico border could fall by 25% from May's record high.


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