As migrant caravan winds through Central America locals give participants supplies while affluent Mexicans complain

Central American caravan to resume trip on Friday Central American caravan to resume trip on Friday

The US-bound migrant caravan that has so thoroughly irked President Donald Trump has decided to resume its trek north after resting in Mexico City ...

Migrants decide to depart Mexico City with or without buses

Thousands of Central American migrants decided to depart Mexico City early Friday and head toward the northern city of Tijuana, opting for the longer but likely safer route to the U.S. border, caravan organizers said.

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Though Trump has hit pause on his tweets about the Honduran migrants, they’re still determined to head north — and his administration is still determined to stop them.

For the past two weeks migrants, principally from Central America and Cuba, have transformed the side of the Santa Fe Bridge leading into El Paso into a rudimentary 'tent' city.

Central American migrants in Mexico want buses to US border

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Central American migrants in a caravan that has stopped in Mexico City demanded buses Thursday to take them to the U.S. border, saying it is too cold and dangerous to continue walking and hitchhiking.

Central American migrants in a caravan that has stopped in Mexico City demanded buses Thursday to take them to the U.S. border, saying it is too cold and dangerous to continue walking and hitchhiking.

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Hundreds of migrants from the caravan moving through Mexico, mostly Hondurans, have returned home

Updated at 6:05 p.m. ET On Fox News and other media outlets, guests have said the migrant caravan walking to the United States could bring dangerous

Central American migrants in Mexico demand buses to US border citing extreme cold conditions. Central American migrants in a caravan that has stopped in Mexico City demanded buses Thursday to take them to the US border, saying it is too cold and dangerous to continue walking and hitchhiking.