Ever since the US started its "Remain in Mexico" policy, many migrant families have sent their kids over the border alone to seek asylum. Now, even that door has closed. On March 21, citing the coronavirus, the US began summarily expelling children from the country.
Reporter Betto Arcos looks back at Rigo Tovar, a big pop music figure in Mexico in the 1970s and 80s. Betto used to listen to his music and was invited to write a personal essay for a newly published book on Rigo Tovar called "Rigo es Amor."
Social media has revolutionized the way many humans communicate. In Mexico, that means it's become one of the only ways residents can get information about drug cartel violence. But that has the government nervous.
The grieving relatives of the latest victims in Mexico's drug wars are coming together for a gruesome task. They are going to the morgue in the Mexican city of Matamoros to search for their loved ones among the dead. Hernán Rozemberg has the story.
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