Deaths Rise Along Mexico-Arizona Border

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The southern Arizona border is the busiest crossing point for undocumented immigrants trying to sneak out of Mexico and into the United States. Deaths along this part of the U.S.-Mexico border are increasing, especially among women.

Claudine LoMonaco of member station KUAT in Tucson reports.



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