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Migrants Face Obstacles As Ferromex Suspends Cargo Train Operations Amid Surge Towards U.S. Border

As the flow of migrants seeking passage to the U.S. border surges, Mexico's largest railroad company, Ferromex, has suspended cargo train operations due to the increasing number of migrants illegally attempting to hitch rides on northbound trains, causing significant challenges along the railway tracks in Huehuetoca, Mexico.

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As the flow of migrants seeking passage to the U.S. border surges, Mexico's largest railroad company, Ferromex, has suspended cargo train operations due to the increasing number of migrants illegally attempting to hitch rides on northbound trains, causing significant challenges along the railway tracks in Huehuetoca, Mexico.

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