Associated Press
January 10, 2012

MEXICO CITY — Mexican immigration officials and police on Monday rounded up 71 Guatemalans who had been living in a tent camp near the two countries’ border since August.

The National Immigration Institute said the men, women and children were living in unhealthy and unsafe conditions. It said they were taken to immigration offices for better care and a review of their immigration status.

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