Thousands of refugees and immigrants from Central America are walking and heading north to Mexico, and Donald Trump has sent more than 5,000 soldiers to the south to help the US border under the name "Emergency."
In addition to this original group, more than 1,000 immigrants arrived in Tapachula, southern Mexico.
President Trump did everything he could to stop sending more troops, threatening to completely close the border and saying in an afternoon press conference that the military was throwing the active troops into a "firearm".
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People send a friend to an ambulance after having suffered a heroism in an abandoned motel in Matias Romero, Oaxaca, Mexico.
Thousands of immigrants were forced to leave a 40-mile route after the bus they hoped would not take them.
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Donald Trump gave a press conference yesterday about immigration before embarking on the "Make America Great Again" rally.
The president claims that immigrants who cross the border and throw stones can be shot down by the US military. In his fake speech in the White House, the President said he wanted to limit asylum applications only to employees at legal entry points. He claimed that this move was necessary because some migrant caravans – still at the border of up to 1000 miles – some people were considered "invasion" by some people.
"Asylum is not a program for people living in poverty. There are millions of people in poverty in the world. The United States can not absorb everything," she said.
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This picture shows a sleeping baby outside an abandoned motel as many migrant caravans stay there overnight.
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In the case of harsh conditions and scarce benefits, many migrant motor homes suffer from various diseases.
In the caravan, about 2000 people are thought to be children, and long hikes are counted. Law groups traveling by caravan say that children faint and vomit dehydration and exhaustion.
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The traveling caravan recently arrived in the town of Matias Romero, South of Mexico, according to Tthe Associated Press.
Having failed to reach the bus traffic they hoped for, immigrants were forced to travel 40 miles from Juchitan, Oaxaca. After the night, the group decided to leave at 5 o'clock local time on Friday to the Veracruz Coastal State or to Donaji or Sayula de Aleman.
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Welcome to the current board of a migrant caravan arriving at the United States border.
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This is all about today's coverage of immigrant caravans traveling to the southern United States. We will check you tomorrow when we will inform you last time.
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Donald Trump held a press conference stating that the US military regarded the rocks for active troops as "firearms" although they did not have access to such a hard-line policy that they would refuse asylum for border crossing refugees who did not enter port of entry.
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John Bolton has made harsh new measures against Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua as migrant caravans traveled to the US-Mexico border – and on the same day, the United Nations General Assembly called on the Trump government to lift Cuba's embargo.
Mr Bolton promised that Trump's administration would seek to strengthen the "dictators and despots of our coasts" and Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua were separated in a speech in Miami, home to a large number of Cuban and Venezuelan migrants.
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A new report examines whether the caravans traveled to many miles of child migrants during the difficult journey.
"These are people," said Alex Mensing, organizer Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the immigration law group who organized the caravan. "Kids in the caravan do not know what the border is."