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TIJUANA, Mexco — A group opposed to what they described as the “chaos” of the migrant caravan and another group supportive of the Central Americans prepared to hold dueling demonstrations on Sunday in the border city of Tijuana.
About 2,400 members of a caravan of mostly Central American migrants arrived in Tijuana during the past week, and more than 1,000 in nearby Mexicali are expected to travel to Mexico’s westernmost border city in the coming days.
The article goes on to state the following:
The migrants’ presence has already caused divisions in Tijuana, a city that has long been viewed as welcoming to immigrants. Their arrival sparked a confrontation Wednesday night with local residents, who demanded the migrants leave a beachfront park near the California-Mexico border and go to a shelter. And their presence spurred sharp words from the city’s mayor, who, in an interview with Mexican media outlet Milenio, called the migrants bums and said some were smoking marijuana in the streets.
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