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Mexicans Say Guard Won’t Slow Migrants

President Bush’s decision to send the National Guard to the Mexican border drew an angry response from migrants who said troops would not deter them, while Mexico’s government said Monday it would respect the U.S. action as “a sovereign decision.” After Bush announced the plan to send 6,000 soldiers to the U.S.-Mexico border late Monday, would-be migrants at a shelter in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez said the presence of troops would not stop them from sneaking across the Rio Grande. Full Story

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