Mexico Gives Transit Visas to Illegal Alien Caravan Marchers

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After Sunday, you can see all candidates beginning to respond to President Trump.

The caravan, which numbered more than 1,000 Hondurans, Salvadorans and Nicaraguans, began breaking up Thursday, after the activists organizing it said it had abandoned its goal of reaching the United States border and would end its activities with a rally in Mexico City. I used the word rape.

"Five migrants who were part of the caravan arrived here this week, but they're already gone", he said. Trump had said they were marching toward the US border, though that was never among the organizers' plans.

The U.S. side has said the National Guard will act only in a support role.

The group organized men and some women to run security, with members of the security committee taking turns keeping watch and patrolling while people slept out in the open in town plazas.

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US-Mexican ties have been strained since Trump won office on the back of a campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric.

The caravan's organizers originally hoped to lead the group as far as the southwest border of the United States, which many hoped to cross one way or another.

Standing beside Mexico's Angel of Independence monument, " Caravan organizer Irineo Mujica mentioned Saturday that remaining members of the caravan will seep to the local US embassy and search encounters with representatives of the United Nations and Organization of American States.

The migrant caravan that grew at one point to 1,500 Central American migrants in Mexico has disbanded, but most aren't just turning around.

"And yes, it came out where this journey coming up - women are raped at levels that nobody's ever seen before", he continued. "Because of the Trump Administrations actions, Border crossings are at a still UNACCEPTABLE 46 year low".

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The migrant caravan, which left Chiapas, Mexico's most southern state, on March 25 is "still together, arranging documents with MX immigration, next stop Puebla, then meet with gov agencies, then many will go separate ways to apply for asylum in MX or USA", Mensing told the newspaper by text.

U.S. President Donald Trump is reusing an insulting claim from the beginning of his presidential race.

Organized by a group of volunteers called Pueblos Sin Fronteras, or People Without Borders, the caravan is meant to help migrants safely reach the United States, bypassing not only authorities who would seek to deport them, but gangs and cartels who are known to assault vulnerable migrants.

"No to the militarization of the border, no to the wall". Many said they were comfortable remaining in Mexico.

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