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A migrant caravan of more than 1,000 Central Americans crossed the Suchiate River into Mexico from Guatemala on Thursday after a daylongs standoff with security agents in the latest attempt to seek asylum from the United States despite President Donald Trump’ strict immigration stance.
Carrying U.S. and Honduran flags at the head of the procession, they walked along a highway toward a waiting contingent of dozens of Mexico’s National Guard servicemen with riot shields and body armor and vans from the National Immigration Institute.
The article goes on to state the following:
The latest caravan is just the second in a week after at least 4,000 migrants, mostly from Hondurans, settled in the Guatemalan border town of Tecún Umán before thousands made across the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.
The report states that after their efforts to cross over or near the bridge were thwarted by Mexican authorities, the migrants formed a different plan.
At 4:30 Thursday morning, they had all their belongings packed up, and after praying for about an hour, they walked up the river in the dark and crossed into Mexico in an area where no authorities were guarding the river.
YESTERDAY: Migrant caravan crosses the river that divides Guatemala from Mexico. pic.twitter.com/Gxi4HmK6Sw
— The Hill (@thehill) January 24, 2020
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Translation: “During the first hours of this Thursday, members of the migrant caravan from Honduras crossed the river river, on the border between Mexico and Guatemala. This morning at sunrise when the caravan finally and successfully all crossed the Suchiate river and entered Mexico together.”
Translation: “The migrant caravan advances through roads of chiapas. 2 thousand people, including women, children, girls, babies, men and LGBT community, go through the roads of the south of the country, while they are expected by National Guard agents who seek to curb their passage to the United States.”
Translation: “The migrant caravan continues to tapachula after entering Mexico. It’s 35 kilometers walking under an unbearable heat that exceeds 30 degrees. Now they are resting after touring half the tour.”
The Mexican National Guard confronted the migrants outside the community:
Several hundred migrants were reportedly rounded up and either bused or flown back to Honduras on Wednesday:
The migrants had attempted to cross the river on Monday, but were reportedly turned back by Mexican authorities.
Thousand-strong migrant caravan crosses river into Mexico from Guatemala after week-long standoff https://t.co/0o3sPYLxaW
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) January 24, 2020
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