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    They rescue 137 African migrants who were abandoned on a bus in Mexico

    The operation took place during the early hours of Tuesday in the state of Veracruz.

    The Mexican authorities rescued during the early hours of Tuesday 137 people from Africa who were inside an abandoned bus in the state of Veracruz, the National Institute of Migration (INM) reported this Wednesday.

    The INM detailed in a statement that 129 of those rescued are from Egypt, including two unaccompanied minors, and eight adults from Mauritania. This people They wore bracelets with their namesa hallmark that characterizes the methodology used by criminal organizations for human trafficking.

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    people were found on the old highway Las Choapas-Nanchital by federal Immigration agents and members of the Armed Forces, who coordinated the rescue after receiving a phone call that reported the location of the bus.

    Most of the foreigners are in the Acayucan Migration Station, where they received medical attention. In addition, the two unaccompanied minors and a family nucleus of two people They are located in the Office for the Channeling of Children and Adolescents and Family Nuclei.

    Source: RT

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