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In Tijuana, deported migrants struggle to survive

The AP moved a set of photos from Tijuana to go with a story they published today about Mexican migrants who have been deported from the U.S. back to Mexico:

During the day the deportees look for work, wash cars at intersections or flee Mexican police who will jail them for not having papers, just like in the U.S. At night they take refuge in drainage tunnels feeding the canal, beneath bridges or in shacks made of wood, cloth and plastic a few feet from the rusty barrier that separates the country of their birth from the country where they worked years for a better life.

Read the full story and see more images of Mexico on PhotoBlog.