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The Washington Post
February 10, 2020

The U.S. deported them, ignoring their pleas. Then they were killed.
By Alison Parker

The Trump administration has tried to destroy the U.S. asylum process in other ways among them by forcing people to remain in dangerous and inhumane conditions in Mexican border towns while their claims are processed under its Migrant Protection Protocols. A Syracuse University analysis of government data revealed that as of December, 7,668 Salvadorans have been forced to wait in Mexico for their asylum claims to be processed. We have documented cases, included in a tally maintained by Human Rights First, of Salvadorans who have been kidnapped and attacked while waiting.

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