New Map Charts Migrant Deaths Along Border with Hope of Saving Lives

By Edward Helmore / The Guardian

'Death map' charts bodies found along U.S.-Mexico border with the hopes of improving knowledge of border traffic, influencing policy makers and helping humanitarian groups identify where resources should be targeted.
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