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Mexico searching for migrants seized from bus

MEXICO CITY - The migrants were kidnapped in broad daylight.

At least 19 men believed to be from Central America were traveling on a bus in northern Mexico last week when masked gunmen stormed aboard, forced the migrants onto pickup trucks, then sped away, Mexican officials said.

The violent incident on March 7,

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