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Mexico says it began deployment of National Guard troops to its southern border Wednesday. Its foreign minister says the U.S. and Mexico agreed to review the success of the enforcement in 45 days.

Mexico Says All Details Of Immigration Deal With The U.S. Have Been Released

By James Fredrick NPR
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