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For Mexicans in the U.S. sent “home” thanks to increased enforcement of American immigration laws, the country they’re returning to is far more dangerous than the one they initially escaped. They wind up in border towns like Tijuana, Nogales, and Juárez, separated from their families, with no money, no identity, and nowhere to go.
Beautiful creatures go from racing and cramped kennels to adoption and loving homes. Here are photos of a group of greyhounds as they make the journey from Tijuana to Los Angeles. These lucky hounds will hopefully find a life of leisure at an adoption fair known as Retirement Day, organized by volunteer group Fast Friends.
The plantation found just south of Tijuana is four times larger than the previous record holder for largest Mexican marijuana plantation. Mexican authorities plan to burn the entirety of the field which given the right gust of wind might make the locals very happy. Below are some pictures of the epic field. (via hosted.ap.org) View List ›