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Hundreds of migrants amass near US-Mexico wall with COVID ban set to end

  • Long lines of migrants have formed in Tijuana near the US-Mexico border in the final days of a three-year Title 42 policy that blocked people crossing from seeking asylum.
  • The policy is set to expire at midnight on May 11, prompting a rush of migrants to the border, some of whom have attempted to cross illegally instead of waiting.
  • The US has insisted that the end of Title 42 does not mean open borders, and the Biden administration and Texas state government are sending reinforcements to the border to prepare for a possible increase in illegal immigration.
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