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Roughly 2,000 migrants head north from southern Mexico in new caravan

A caravan of mostly Central American and Haitian migrants reportedly left the southern Mexican city of Tapachula Thursday and headed north, as North American leaders meet in Washington to discuss migration, among other issues.
17 days ago|Tapachula, Mexico

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New migrant caravan sets off from southern Mexico border

As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opened talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula on Thursday. The new group heading north served as a fresh reminder of the urgent need to address the region’s migration, which López Obrador hoped to convey in his meeting with President Joe Biden.

17 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan has walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula

17 days ago|United States
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New Migrant Caravan Sets Off From Southern Mexico Border

A new migrant caravan of about 2,000 mostly Central American and Haitian migrants was in the southern Mexican city of Tapachula on Thursday, making their way to the U.S.

17 days ago|United States
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan has walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula

17 days ago|Washington, United States
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Roughly 2,000 migrants head north from southern Mexico in new caravan

A caravan of mostly Central American and Haitian migrants reportedly left the southern Mexican city of Tapachula Thursday and headed north, as North American leaders meet in Washington to discuss migration, among other issues.

17 days ago|Washington, United States
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

MEXICO CITY >> As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula this morning.

18 days ago|Honolulu, United States
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula Thursday morning. The new group of migrants heading north served as a fresh reminder of the urgent need to address the region’s migration, which López Obrador hopes to convey in his meeting with President Joe Biden.About 2,000 mos…

17 days ago|
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula Thursday morning. The new group of migrants heading north served as a fresh reminder of the urgent need to address the region’s migration, which López Obrador hopes to convey in his meeting with President Joe Biden.About 2,000 mos…

17 days ago|Miami, United States
Daily Finland
Daily Finland

New U.S.-bound migrant caravan departs from Mexico

A new U.S.-bound caravan of about 2,500 migrants, mostly from Central America and Haiti, departed Thursday from the southern Mexican town of Tapachula, Chiapas, on the border with Guatemala, reported Xinhua. After months of waiting...

17 days ago|H K I, Finland
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New migrant caravan begins in southern Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — As Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador opens talks on immigration and other issues with his North American counterparts in Washington, a new migrant caravan has

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