A Mexican migration agent checks passengers’ documents at an immigration checkpoint Sunday in Arriaga, on Mexico’s southern border,. Residents of Arriaga expressed a mixture of concern for the migrants they have grown accustomed to hosting and relief that officials are looking to get a better handle on migrant flows. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros)

A Mexican migration agent checks passengers’ documents at an immigration checkpoint Sunday in Arriaga, on Mexico’s southern border,. Residents of Arriaga expressed a mixture of concern for the migrants they have grown accustomed to hosting and relief that officials are looking to get a better handle on migrant flows. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros)

Mexico officials detain more migrants as crackdown steps up

Pressured by the U.S., Mexico’s government has deployed some 6,000 agents of the National Guard.

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