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Mexican Man Dies After Fall From US Border Fence

A Mexican man who fell from the border fence between the U.S. and Mexico died on Sunday, the latest in a string of fatalities in custody and another life claimed on what can be a treacherous route through remote wilderness for people seeking to enter the United States without authorization.The 47-year-old suffered head and arm injuries after falling near Nogales, Arizona, on June 18. Despite surgery to drain fluid from his brain, he died June 30, according to a statement released Tuesday by Candles are placed next to the border fence that separates Mexico from the United States, in memory of migrants who have died during their journey toward the U.S., in Tijuana, Mexico, June 29, 2019.His is also one of the first deaths following the implementation of the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, also known as the Migrant Protection Protocols. Under MPP, people who cross into the U.S. without authorization and are seeking asylum are sent back to Mexico to wait for their immigration proceedings.The U.S. has returned more than 15,000 people to Mexico since January, according to Mexico’s immigration agency.Migrants from Africa and Haiti try to enter the Siglo XXI immigrant detention center to request humanitarian visas, issued by the Mexican government, to cross the country toward the United States, in Tapachula, Mexico, June 27, 2019.ICE said border agents first detained Balderramos-Torres on May 17, 2019, and under the MPP, he was supposed to wait in Mexico.But on May 27, he crossed back into the U.S. without authorization and was caught by local police during a traffic stop. ICE took custody of him on June 6, and he remained in their facility until The treatment and health of people detained by CBP — which handles detentions on the border — and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement — which deals with detentions in the interior — is under increased scrutiny, following the deaths of several children and adults in custody. More recently, the publication of an Associated Press report on hygiene and living conditions at CBP centers holding children raised additional alarms about standards of care.The investigation prompted U.S. officials to move hundreds of children to new facilities last week.

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