Hundreds of Central American migrants resumed their march north through Mexico on Saturday, en route to the U.S. border where President Donald Trump has effectively suspended the granting of asylum to migrants who cross illegally.
A contingent of 80 people who went ahead of the migrant caravan arrived Sunday to the border city of Tijuana, across from San Diego. The group told NBC 7’s Spanish sister station, Telemundo 20, they plan to go...
The migrant flow coming from Central American countries stopped in Mexico's capital for a brief rest, while the US has been working on reinforcing its border in accordance with directives from President Donald Trump.
Local Mexican officials were once again Sunday helping thousands of Central American migrants find rides for the next leg of their journey toward the U.S. border.
Thousands of Central American migrants set up tents and strung tarps at a stadium in the central Mexican city of Queretaro, where they arrived Saturday afternoon after leaving the country's capital at dawn on their long trek to the U.S. border.
Local Mexican officials have again helped thousands of Central American migrants find rides for the latest leg of their journey toward the U.S. border.
A caravan of Central American migrants has left Mexico City, bound for the U.S. border. The group has forced a reckoning in Mexico over the treatment of migrants.