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Migrants hoping to reach US continue north through Mexico by train amid historic migration levels

  • Thousands of migrants in Mexico were stranded last week as the country's biggest railroad halted 60 freight trains, including the popular "Beast" train that many migrants rely on to travel north. This highlights the historic number of people heading to the United States in search of a better life.
  • The train routes have become a migratory highway for migrants, with so many of them passing through dangerous jungles that the route is now heavily traveled. Despite the violence and risks involved, migrants continue to use the freight trains to make their way to the United States.
  • Activists like Ponce predict that migration along the train line will continue to increase, as seen by the migrants who cheered as the train picked up speed, taking them further on their journey north.
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