The United States is putting pressure on Mexican and Central American nations to curb the flow of U.S.-bound migrants.
Some were carrying their children when they staged the dramatic protest in Tapachula, a border city with Guatemala, which for months has been filled with thousands of migrants waiting for papers to be able to freely cross the country.
A conflict being exploited by Venezuela’s Maduro regime with the support of Russia.
The program first resumed in December at the international crossing connecting El Paso, Texas, to Ciudad Juarez. More than 200 people have been returned to Mexico so far under the relaunch of MPP, according to the U.N.'s International Organization of Migration (OIM).
More than 200 migrants have been already returned to Mexico since a court forced the policy's reimplementation last month.
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