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Homemade bombs are being planted on the US-Mexico border

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) warned its agents to "exercise extreme caution" after Mexican troops seized 10 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) along the border with Mexico, reports AmericanSecurityToday.

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On December 13, CBP issued an internal alert for agent safety. It calls for vigilance after Mexican troops seized 10 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) along the border.

The IEDs were discovered by Mexican authorities after Tucson Border Patrol heard gunshots at the US-Mexico border.

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A Tucson Border Patrol agent arrested an armed man on the U.S. side who was in possession of a loaded AK-47 rifle, two loaded AK magazines, ammunition and a handgun.

CBP warns its agents to "exercise extreme caution and report any possible armed subjects approaching the border with possible explosive devices."

The cartel shootout broke out over a gap in the border fence, which is usually used for drug smuggling. Now it's a magnet for a human smuggling cartel - and gangs are vying for control.

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CBP's warning comes as Republicans push for stronger border security measures to be included in President Biden's $106 billion aid package for Israel and Ukraine, reports FOXBusiness.

The GOP has demanded that any relief package include all of H.R. 2. It's a bill signed into law by the House of Representatives this year that strengthens border security, resumes construction of the border wall, brings back the "Remain in Mexico" policy and limits the use of asylum and parole, among other sweeping changes.

However, President Biden and Senate Democrats rejected the sweeping border security bill, saying it would "cut off nearly all access to humanitarian protection in ways that are inconsistent with our nation's values ​​and international obligations."

A Senate working group released a more simplified version of the proposals, drawn in part from HR 2, but it was also rejected by the White House and Senate Democrats. This week it was reported that under certain circumstances, the administration is open to expanding Title 42 removal powers, expanding expedited removals, and expanding the length of immigration detention. The proposals have sparked optimism among some Senate Republicans, although some Democrats and immigration activists have condemned them.

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Democrat of New York, announced on December 14 that the Senate would return early from recess to continue border negotiations.

“This will give the White House negotiators, the Senate Democrats, the Senate Republicans time to work over the weekend to try to reach a framework agreement. Then it will take some time to turn that structure into text,” Schumer said at the conference.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., one of the Republicans involved in the negotiations, said Dec. 14 that the White House had not yet put the border proposal on paper. He said if an agreement is reached, lawmakers will need time to review it - possibly holding a vote in the new year.

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