Mexican authorities rescue 22 kidnapped foreigners in a hotel

Mexican authorities rescued on Tuesday 22 foreigners, most of they Cubans and Haitian, who were earlier in kidnapped the day when gunmen stormed a hotel in the central state of San Luis Potosi, the region lawyer general said.

the shooters also 16 Mexicans Kidnapped While Searching the Sol y Luna Hotel in Matehuala, about 195 km (120 miles) north of the city of San Luis Potosi, the regional capital.

The Mexicans were released earlier, but the aliens had to be rescued in An remote area along the road between Matehuala and the regional capital, Arturo Garza Herrera, the lawyer general of the state said: in a statement.

The foreigners would be transferred to the city of San Luis Potosi is fed and medically treated help. Garzas office didn’t give all details of the rescue of say if applicable of the foreigners were injured.

while most of the rescued foreigners were Haitians and Cubans, earlier there were reports that some Venezuelans were among them, Garza’s office said in a statement. Among them were three minors and a pregnant woman.

Mexican authorities rescue 22 kidnapped foreigners in a hotelA migrant from Guatemala talks met a US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent on the Paso del Norte international border bridge to apply for asylum in El Paso, Texas, USA, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico January 26, 2021. (credit: REUTERS/JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ)

“I’m going to notify the Migration Institute so they can get involved as we don’t.” know the migration status of this people’ said Garza.

Many migrants hope to reach the United States face great danger on the way, with kidnappings, extortion, rape and even murders have been reported. Some are enlisted in work for fighting drug cartels over drug smuggling routes.

In June, a human rights group reported that some 3,300 migrants were stranded in Mexico since January because of a US border policy have been kidnapped, raped, trafficked of attacked.

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