MEXICO CITY -- Mexico has agreed to a U.S. proposal to let third-country migrants remain in or be returned to Mexico while their claims for asylum in the United States are being processed.
The decision was a historic one for Mexico, which has traditionally refused to accept the return of any migrants who aren't Mexican.
Mexico's Foreign relations Department said Thursday the move is a temporary, humanitarian measure.
The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has been struggling with an increase in asylum claims and limits on its ability to detain asylum seekers.
This is a developing story and will be updated.