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Chile Cracks Down on Migrants, But Many Still Try Their Luck

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In the pitch black of the moonless Chilean desert night, the Cuban man is hard to spot until he is within yards of the border. Placing a small backpack of clothes on the ground, Yoniel Torres, 31, a father of two, puts his hands up as police approach with flashlights and take him into custody. "A coyote (people trafficker) left me near (the Peruvian border town of) Tacna and told me to follow the old railway line," he tells Reuters as he is led away. "This is all...

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