Over 2,000 migrants push past line of police at U.S. border

Border Report

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – More than 2,000 migrants began walking out of Tapachula, Mexico Saturday toward the U.S. border. While were minor scuffles, they were able to push past a line of police officers who were trying to stop them.


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Tens of thousands of migrants from South America and Haiti have been waiting for refuge or asylum papers that might allow them to travel.

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