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The fire in the immigrant center in Mexico, so far 39 dead have been reported
39 people are reported dead after a fire broke out at a migration center along the US-Mexico border, officials said Tuesday.
The fire started Monday evening at a facility run by the National Migration Institute in Ciudad Juarez, the agency said in a statement.
Dozens more were injured, with 29 people taken to four local hospitals in "delicate and serious condition", he said, adding that 68 men from Central and South America were being held at the facility at the time of the fire.
Images showed rows of bodies lying under silver sheets as rescue teams, firefighters and local police responded to the scene.
Authorities were investigating and the government's National Human Rights Commission had been called in to help the migrants, he said.
In recent years, as Mexico has stepped up efforts to stem the flow of migration to the US border under pressure from Washington, its National Immigration Institute has struggled with overcrowding at its facilities.