• February 24, 2017   BY  

    A Mexican who was recently deported from the U.S. carries a black bag Feb. 22 next to the Tijuana river, in Tijuana, Mexico. Continue reading

  • December 23, 2016  

    In the wake of late September’s Hurricane Matthew, Haitians are increasingly desperate to reach the United States, which has recently reinstated deportations to Haiti for the first time since 2010’s earthquake. But residents of Tijuana, Mexico, are showing an unusual amount of hospitality to Haitian immigrants stuck at the border. Special correspondent Jean Guerrero from KPBS Fronteras reports. Continue reading

  • February 25, 2016  

    About 1,000 homeless people live in Tijuana, many of them migrants hoping to make their way into to the U.S. Hundreds dwell in makeshift tents or storm drains in the branching tunnels of the Tijuana River canal, despite the local police force’s best efforts to evict them. But as the raids grow more severe, many fear for their safety — and their lives. Special correspondent Jean Guerrero of KPBS Fronteras reports.
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  • February 22, 2007  

    Mexican President Felipe Calderon has proposed a 12 percent increase in public security spending and ordered 10,000 soldiers transferred to the polic force in efforts to crack down on crime and drug trafficking. Saul Gonzalez of KCET-Los Angeles reports.
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