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Mexican National Guard Escorting Migrant Caravan on the Way to U.S. Border



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A fresh migrant caravan is being escorted by the Mexican National Guard as it passes through southern Mexico on its approach to the U.S. border. The arrival of the latest caravan coincides with rising tensions in the United States, as Texas has erected barriers on the River Grande's waters to discourage migrants from making the perilous crossing.

The majority of the migrants in the caravan are from Venezuela, but there are also a small number of recent additions from Africa and Haiti. From the state of Chiapas, which borders Guatemala, the migrants are attempting to travel north to Mexico City. The group will then proceed on its way to the American border.

A group of Venezuelan migrants started their journey on Saturday, which led to the formation of the migrant caravan. The migrants said they were being held up by the Mexican government and that they had been waiting for government buses to take them to Tuxtla Gutierrez, the capital of Chiapas, in the north. The group had been residing in the Viva Mexico camp in Tapachula, where migrants said that authorities had held them in unhygienic circumstances during interviews with Breitbart Texas.

Members of Mexico's National Guard are accompanying the caravan and assisting in traffic rerouting and first aid for the migrants.

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