Global Economy

Migrant caravan heads towards USA from southern Mexico days after Texas tragedy

Some 2,000 migrants, mostly Venezuelans, walked out of the southern Mexican city of Tapachula early Friday en masse, to pressure authorities into allowing them to continue to the US border at a time attention is focused on immigration. The latest large public exit of migrants from Tapachula follows the discovery of an abandoned semitrailer in San Antonio with more than 60 migrants inside. Fifty-three of them died in the failed smuggling attempt.


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