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Hondurans participants of the Central American migrant caravan stop get some rest along the highway that connects the Mexican state of Chiapas with Oaxaca, they left very early in the morning from the city of Arriaga as they continue their journey to the United States.

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Hondurans participants of the Central American migrant caravan stop get some rest along the highway that connects the Mexican state of Chiapas with Oaxaca, they left very early in the morning from the city of Arriaga as they continue their journey to the United States.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, protect themselves from the sun they continue their journey to the United States.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, protect themselves from the sun they continue their journey to the United States.

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Honduran migrants from the Central American caravan bathe in the Novillero river in the town of San Pedro Tapanatepec.

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Honduran migrants from the Central American caravan bathe in the Novillero river in the town of San Pedro Tapanatepec.

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A Honduran family from the Central American migrant caravan resting on the streets in the town of San Pedro Tapanatepec.

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A Honduran family from the Central American migrant caravan resting on the streets in the town of San Pedro Tapanatepec.

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Young Honduran migrants from the Central American caravan in have stop to rest in the town of Santiago Niltepec.

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Young Honduran migrants from the Central American caravan in have stop to rest in the town of Santiago Niltepec.

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Salvadorans who are taking part in the Central American migrant caravan (or third caravan) get inside a truck which will given them a ride and get them close to the El Salvador/Guatemala border to continue their journey, they are part of the large exodus of Salvadorans leaving the country toward the United States to seek refuge, about 2,000. There were already about 3,500 Hondurans on their way to the southern US border,

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Salvadorans who are taking part in the Central American migrant caravan (or third caravan) get inside a truck which will given them a ride and get them close to the El Salvador/Guatemala border to continue their journey, they are part of the large exodus of Salvadorans leaving the country toward the United States to seek refuge, about 2,000. There were already about 3,500 Hondurans on their way to the southern US border,

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North America - Mexico, Ciudad Hidalgo: A young girl scared from the chaos and uncertainty happening around her while crossing the Suchiate river in order to arrive to Mexico. As Salvadoran migrants from the Central American caravan (or third caravan) were denied access to Mexico at the Ciudad Hidalgo point of entry. ×
North America - Mexico, Ciudad Hidalgo: A young girl scared from the chaos and uncertainty happening around her while crossing the Suchiate river in order to arrive to Mexico. As Salvadoran migrants from the Central American caravan (or third caravan) were denied access to Mexico at the Ciudad Hidalgo point of entry. ×
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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, continue their journey toward the United States souther border in order to seek refuge.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, continue their journey toward the United States souther border in order to seek refuge.

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Jaqueline a Salvadoran migrant reviews a map of the different routes to reach the southern United States border, she was a victim of sexual abuse and is fleeing the violence, seeking refuge in the the USA.

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Jaqueline a Salvadoran migrant reviews a map of the different routes to reach the southern United States border, she was a victim of sexual abuse and is fleeing the violence, seeking refuge in the the USA.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, get some rest as they are exhausted from walking, before they continue their journey to the United States.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, get some rest as they are exhausted from walking, before they continue their journey to the United States.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, rest at the central part in the town of Huixtla.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, rest at the central part in the town of Huixtla.

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Migrants getting water for the road trip as they walk along the southern Mexico highway to continue their journey toward the United States southern border to seek refuge. The third Central American migrant caravan is composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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Migrants getting water for the road trip as they walk along the southern Mexico highway to continue their journey toward the United States southern border to seek refuge. The third Central American migrant caravan is composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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Migrants from the third Central American caravan composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, resting in the town of Mapastepec as they continue their journey toward the United States southwestern border to seek refuge.

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Migrants from the third Central American caravan composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, resting in the town of Mapastepec as they continue their journey toward the United States southwestern border to seek refuge.

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A worker trimming the grass along the highway as Central American migrants walk along the road on their way to the southwestern United States border. They are part of the third Central American caravan composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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A worker trimming the grass along the highway as Central American migrants walk along the road on their way to the southwestern United States border. They are part of the third Central American caravan composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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A Central American migrant in the town of Juan Rodriguez Clara in the state of Veracruz. He is part of the Central American caravan (Salvadoran or third caravan) composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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A Central American migrant in the town of Juan Rodriguez Clara in the state of Veracruz. He is part of the Central American caravan (Salvadoran or third caravan) composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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Young migrants showering out in the open , they are part of the Central American caravan (Salvadoran or third caravan) composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, they are heading toward the southwestern United States border to seek refuge.

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Young migrants showering out in the open , they are part of the Central American caravan (Salvadoran or third caravan) composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, they are heading toward the southwestern United States border to seek refuge.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, charging their cell phones as they await for transportation to take them to their next destination, The migrants goal is to they continue their journey to reach the United States southern border and seek refuge.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans, charging their cell phones as they await for transportation to take them to their next destination, The migrants goal is to they continue their journey to reach the United States southern border and seek refuge.

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A Salvadoran migrant family resting inside a sports complex provided to them as temporary shelter in the town of Mapastepec located in the state of Chiapas in southern Mexico. The next day they'll continue their journey toward the United States southwestern border to seek refuge. The third Central American migrant caravan is composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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A Salvadoran migrant family resting inside a sports complex provided to them as temporary shelter in the town of Mapastepec located in the state of Chiapas in southern Mexico. The next day they'll continue their journey toward the United States southwestern border to seek refuge. The third Central American migrant caravan is composed of mostly Salvadorans and some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans await for a bus to take them to their next destination, Mexico City, they have been offered aid by Alejandro Solalinde, who is a Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist, he has provided transportation to help the migrants avoid have to walk through the states fo Puebla and Veracruz due to the danger of is since that area has been labeled "highway of death". The migrants goal is to they continue their journey to reach the United States southern border and seek refuge.

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Migrants from the Salvadoran caravan, which includes some Hondurans as well as a few Guatemalans await for a bus to take them to their next destination, Mexico City, they have been offered aid by Alejandro Solalinde, who is a Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist, he has provided transportation to help the migrants avoid have to walk through the states fo Puebla and Veracruz due to the danger of is since that area has been labeled "highway of death". The migrants goal is to they continue their journey to reach the United States southern border and seek refuge.

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A migrant child inside a tent, these are the living conditions inside the Benito Juarez sports center which has been turned into a makeshift camp for the participants of the Central America caravan which is about 6,000 Central American migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States, they have escaped their homeland due to the violence, political and economic hardship.

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A migrant child inside a tent, these are the living conditions inside the Benito Juarez sports center which has been turned into a makeshift camp for the participants of the Central America caravan which is about 6,000 Central American migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States, they have escaped their homeland due to the violence, political and economic hardship.

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A Central American migrant climbing the US border fence to jump over the Untied States at the Sant Diego/Tijuana border crossing. Members of the Migrant Caravan tried to enter United States by heading to the El Chaparral border crossing to make their way into the Untied Sates.

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A Central American migrant climbing the US border fence to jump over the Untied States at the Sant Diego/Tijuana border crossing. Members of the Migrant Caravan tried to enter United States by heading to the El Chaparral border crossing to make their way into the Untied Sates.

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