July 4, 2022
Border agents have found two abandoned children in the United States world

Border agents have found two abandoned children in the United States world

U.S. border patrols on Tuesday (14) rescued a two-year-old girl and her three-month-old baby in a town in the U.S. state, near the Eagle Pass, in the Rio Grande area, on the U.S.-Mexico border. Of Texas. Information Fox News.

In a statement, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) – US Customs and Border Protection – said the two children were Honduran brothers.

They were discovered when agents on a boat noticed an “unusual color” on the riverbank.

Agents found a note identifying the nationality and age of children who had been safely rescued and did not require medical attention.

Kidnapping Mexico and the United States: Babies and children abandoned at the border amid the migration crisis

This is the last case of children abandoned at the border, the last recorded by abductors, to be taken away by border guards and released to family members already in the United States.

In June, Border Patrol released a video of a 5-year-old girl wandering alone across the border after being abandoned. In another video a 5 year old boy yells “Don’t go!” After being abandoned on the US-Mexico border.

A Department of Health and Human Services (DHS) official told Fox News Wednesday that 18,847 abandoned children were found on the U.S.-Mexico border in August.

One On Thursday (16) a group of 140 Brazilians were detained while illegally crossing the border between Mexico and the United States. According to the US Customs and Border Protection, Brazilians have crossed the South American border illegally in the past 10 months. From October 2020 to August this year, 46,410 Brazilians were detained – six times more than in the previous period.

In August alone, 9,098 people attempted to cross, which is from the beginning of fiscal year 2021 (October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021).

Died in the Brazilian desert

Abandoned during the crossing, the Brazilian died of thirst and starvation in the American desert

Abandoned during the crossing, the Brazilian died of thirst and starvation in the American desert

New Mexico state border agents this week found the body of a Brazilian man who was trying to be smuggled into the United States.