Mexico detains 11 migrants from India, dozens from Central America

Mexican immigration agents say they have detained 11 migrants from India and dozens of Central American migrants.

Eight of the Indian citizens, including two minors, were being transported in a truck near Mexico's border with Guatemala when they were detained. Twenty-five Guatemalan migrants and three Salvadorans were also aboard the vehicle.

The National Immigration Institute said Friday the truck was being driven by a Mexican man who ignored police orders to stop.

The migrants told agents they entered Mexico through Guatemala and paid smugglers $1,500 apiece to take them to the U.S. border.

In a separate raid, three other migrants from India and 18 Central Americans were detained at a bus station in the Gulf coast state of Tabasco.

The migrants were taken to detention centers for possible deportation.