Families deported from the U.S. arrive in Guatemala


GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (CNN) — A plane landed in Guatemala Friday with families deported from the United States.

One unaccompanied minor was among the 112 people who came on this flight, including 50 children with their parents, Guatemalan authorities said.

On Tuesday, 56 guatemalan families, including 70 children, arrived from Brownsville, Texas, Migration of Guatemala informed.

On Wednesday , authorities confirmed the arrival of 22 children who were deported with their parents, also from the same Texan city.

CNN has not yet received a response from the Ministry of Social Work, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the United States Embassy in Guatemala on the reasons for these deportations.

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