domingo, 24 de febrero de 2019

New migrant caravan forms as Mexican cities that border US keep swelling with asylum seekers | Fox News

New migrant caravan forms as Mexican cities that border US keep swelling with asylum seekers | Fox News

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New Migrant Caravan Forms as Mexican Cities That Border US Keep Swelling with Asylum Seekers

“Yet another caravan of more than 1,000 mostly Central American migrants has crossed Mexico’s southern border, according to officials. They clashed briefly with federal police and immigration agents (INM) but were able to overwhelm the officials and enter illegally,” Griff Jenkins reports for Fox News.

“The new caravan begins the march north toward the United States as border cities like Ciudad Juárez are swelling with migrants already here from previous caravans . . . Such pressures on U.S. border cities like El Paso, Texas, which is across from Ciudad Juárez, are evident in the number of apprehensions for illegal entry, which is up 478 percent this year.”

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