These are the Central American migrants crossing Mexico in a car

View of the fence that divides Sunland Park in the United States and Ciudad Juarez in Mexico at the Anapra Valley in Chihuahua state

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The agents chose to issue most of the travelers "exit visas", which the Mexican government has previously granted Central American caravans and other travelers seeking to reach the U.S.

If by "rethink how to help migrants", NBC means "surrender them to Mexican authorities" that story is roughly accurate.

He knew that the last stop would be the capital, and that there would not be a group push to the USA border - where some of the migrants say they hope to seek political asylum.

Buzzfeed started the media frenzy over the marchers when it posted an article on March 31 titled "A Huge Caravan Of Central Americans Is Headed For The US, And No One In Mexico Dares To Stop Them", except ... someone dared.

Other portions of the resolution reject efforts to "militarize the border with Mexico" and considered the measure offensive.

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After fleeing San Pedro Sula, Honduras, because of gang threats, Katerina Dominguez Enamorado, 22, had been in Tapachula, a southern Mexico town, when she joined the caravan. The number of people traveling this year is greater than that of last year.

Sanders did speak to Fox News, conflating the caravan with smugglers.

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, in a statement personally directed to President Trump, called on the USA president Thursday to negotiate with Mexico in a constructive spirit, saying the challenges between the two neighbors "never justify threatening or disrespectful attitudes between our countries".

He then ran off to avoid being spotted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Besides ordering thousands of National Guardsmen to secure the border, Mr Trump has also threatened to ax what he called Mexico's "cash cow", the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), if the Mexican authorities did not stop the migrants.

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Villarreal said, politics aside, we should look at the conditions of those countries, to understand why people are willing to give up everything their own families, their homes and their country, to risk coming to the United States. Anaya is the candidate of a left-right coalition in the country's July 1 presidential election. Mujica said that "a minimum of 80 percent" of the migrants in the group come from Honduras. In 2014, the USA wrestled with what to do with the more than 68,000 children who had crossed the southern border, many of them unaccompanied.

"In many places, like California, the same person votes many times".

On Wednesday, the Mexican Foreign Ministry reported that officials repatriated some 400 caravan migrants, sending them back to their native countries. "And now they're beating us economically, they are not our friend believe me", he said at the time. "We thought it would be better to flee".

Peña Nieto's statement also comes one day after Trump ordered the secretary of Defense to deploy National Guard troops on the U.S.

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