Mexico to review report of kidnapped Cubans at northern border
Thursday, 14 March 2019 MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government said on Thursday that it would look into a report that Cuban migrants had been kidnapped by an organised crime group just south of the U.S. border, adding to existing probes into disappearances of migrants in the area. Four Cubans trying to enter the United States from the border city of Reynosa in Tamaulipas state last weekend were abducted by a group that is now demanding ransom, Mexican newspaper El Universal reported on Thursday, citing interviews with family members of the migrants
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