Terrorized by Violence: Mexico's Refugees In the US, there's a widespread notion that Mexicans fleeing cartel violence go north. In reality, most of these people move somewhere else in Mexico, becoming internal refugees in their own country.
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Terrorized by Violence: Mexico's Refugees

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Terrorized by Violence: Mexico's Refugees

Terrorized by Violence: Mexico's Refugees

Terrorized by Violence: Mexico's Refugees

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In the US, there's a widespread notion that Mexicans fleeing cartel violence go north. In reality, most of these people move somewhere else in Mexico, becoming internal refugees in their own country.