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EL PASO — At least 39 migrants died in a fire Monday night after flames engulfed a migrant facility in Ciudad Juárez, near the Rio Grande.The National Immigration Institute, Mexico’s immigration regulatory office, said the fire started at about 10 p.m. in one of its facilities in Juárez, near a bridge that connects the Mexican city to El Paso.There were a total of 68 men in the facility, 29 of whom were injured and transported to four local hospitals in “delicate-serious conditions,” the institute said in a statement.The men are from Central and South America, and Mexican officials are working with consulates to help identify the victims, the institute said.During his daily morning news conference, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the fire started…
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