A series of high-stakes talks between U.S. and Mexican officials is bringing changes to the border in San Diego.
The Mexican government will launch a new task force to address the recent surge of migrants. According to an ABC News report, as many as 10,000 migrants were arrested daily across the U.S.-Mexico border in December.
The idea for the task force was created after U.S. leaders pressed Mexico to do more to stem the crisis. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say December 2023 is on track to have the highest number of apprehensions at the border ever.
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