US President Donald Trump's closing argument in the 2018 Midterms campaign was all about fear.The fear that a caravan of migrants coming up from Central America was so dangerous that it warranted the.. Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published
Many Central American migrants camped in Tijuana after crossing Mexico in a caravan said Monday that a protest over the weekend by residents demanding they leave frightened them and left them even more..
Thousands of migrants from Central America are waiting in Tijuana for a chance to be processed at the US-Mexico border. Some locals have held protests saying they don’t want the migrants in the city,..
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Tensions have risen in Tijuana as individuals of the Central American migrant caravan proceed to reach on the Mexican border town, whilst US troops proceed to tighten safety alongside the frontier. On.. Credit: The News Articles - Published
Nov. 19, 2018 / 6:54 PM GMT Through Nicole Acevedo A minimum of seven LGBTQ who traveled thru Mexico with the migrant caravan honored their love all through a symbolic mass-wedding party within the.. Credit: The News Articles - Published
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Boulder, Colorado, Nov. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- “I’ve had this idea in my head.. Credit: GlobeNewswire - Published
Symbol copyright Reuters Symbol caption The crossing is the busiest land border level of access into the USA America quickly closed its busiest border crossing with Mexico to spice up safety after a.. Credit: The News Articles - Published
For the past month, the Central American migrant caravan has been cared for by generous Mexicans who have donated food and shelter for the thousands slowly making their way north to the United States.. Credit: New Zealand Herald - Published
Some residents of border city Tijuana expressed their displeasure over the arrival of the Central American migrant caravan with signs and physical assaults. With only 100 asylum applications processed.. Credit: Christian Science Monitor - Published