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BP backs off 'visible surveillance' at No More Deaths aid site

Border Patrol agents have stopped "visible surveillance" at No More Death's humanitarian aid station south of Tucson, days after agents surrounded the camp and told volunteers the agency was seeking a warrant to raid the property, the group said. ... Read more»

Agentes fronterizos a caballo rodean el campo No Más Muertes justo antes de Navidad

Justo antes de Navidad, agentes con la Patrulla Fronteriza rodearona la estación de ayuda humanitaria de No Más Muertes y dijeron que estaban buscando una orden judicial para una redada, dicen los trabajadores humanitario. ... Read more»

Border agents on horseback surround No More Deaths camp just before Christmas

Just before Christmas Eve, Border Patrol agents on horseback surrounded No More Death's humanitarian aid station south of Tucson and told volunteers they were pursuing a warrant to raid the camp, the group said. ... Read more»

Photos: Paul Ingram's picks for TucsonSentinel.com's best pictures of 2020

A few photographs that told some of this year's important local stories — the Bighorn Fire, the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scott Warren/No More Deaths trial, deaths in Tucson police custody, and the continuing border wall construction.... Read more»

Border Patrol raids No More Deaths camp

Border Patrol agents have once again raided the No More Deaths camp, detaining at least person Thursday at the group's permanent desert aid camp south of Arivaca. The humanitarian aid group called the raid an "escalation" from the agency after the release of documents surrounding a similar raid more than three years ago.... Read more»

Border Patrol raids No More Deaths camp, arrest migrants seeking medical care

Border Patrol agents raided a No More Deaths camp in the desert south of Arivaca on Thursday and arrested four Mexican men suspected of entering the country without authorization, violating a tenuous agreement between the agency and the humanitarian aid group. ... Read more»