A migrant Caravan is coming to the US.
According to Reuters, there are around 400 people in the caravan.
It is coming from Southern Mexico.
JUST IN 🚨 New migrant caravan sets off for U.S. from southern Mexico – Reuters
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A migrant caravan of around 400 people, including many children, set off from the southern Mexican city of Tapachula for the United States on Saturday, just a couple of days after security and migration officials dispersed another large group.
Mostly comprising Central Americans and Haitians, the caravan left at around 7:30 a.m. local time from a park in Tapachula where they had been staying, ignoring an earlier attempt by security forces to make them give up, a Reuters witness reported.
Many in the group, which included Venezuelans and other South Americans, said they were fleeing poverty and violence at home as they began trekking towards the town of Huixtla.
This week Mexican officials gradually broke up another caravan as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he wanted undocumented migrants to stay in southern Mexico, while also urging the U.S. government to help them find work.
This comes as thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are also coming to the US.
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