Saturday, May 18, 2024


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Mexico is providing buses for migrants in the southern region, as thousands continue to make their way to the US border each day.


Hundreds of migrants in southern Mexico are currently waiting for buses to take them north as part of a new government initiative. The goal of this program is to better control the influx of people arriving at the border, with Mexico’s president stating that approximately 10,000 individuals are reaching the U.S. border on a daily basis.

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In the past few weeks, a large number of individuals seeking migration have entered the United States through its border with Mexico. This has caused concern among officials in American border cities and has led to action being taken by the Biden administration.delays to trade.

On Monday, a video shared by Reuters showed numerous individuals climbing over a section of the US-Mexico border wall in Tijuana, a city located north of San Diego, California. The wall separates the two countries at the Pacific Ocean.

Over 3,000 kilometers (1,864 miles) to the south, at a bus station in Juchitan city, located in the state of Oaxaca, certain migrants stated their plan to use the CBP One app from the U.S. government to secure appointments and request asylum upon entering the United States.

“Victor Salma, a resident of Venezuela, urged patience as we await the appointment. The journey to this point has been difficult.”

Salma, along with approximately 400 individuals, including families with young children, was waiting for buses that were headed to either the state capital or Mexico City.

Last week, officials in Oaxaca launched a website in an attempt to mitigate the dangers faced by migrants. Prior to this, migrants had been congregating in high volumes at nearby bus stations in an effort to purchase tickets for travel north.

According to Jesus Gonzalez, a spokesperson for the local civil protection agency, approximately 800 to 1,000 migrants travel through the Juchitan site every day.

Migrants must pay their own fares, ranging from 386 to 1,500 pesos (about $22-$85), and some people said they were awaiting money transfers from relatives, or seeking work, to raise funds.

During his morning press conference on Monday, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador made a statement regarding…

Every day, 6,000 individuals are crossing into southern Mexico.

Last week, a total of 10,000 migrants arrived.the U.S.-Mexico border every day.

In September, the amount of migrants encountered at the border between the United States and Mexico was projected to reach or exceed previous monthly peaks.

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requested for countries to
address root causes driving migration and pite of

Expressed sorrow for the loss of 10 Cuban migrants who died in a car crash despite

On Sunday, there was activity in southern Mexico..

Numerous migrants have not been discouraged by the difficulties of their trek. Recently at the border near Ciudad Juarez, across from Texas, a man maneuvered under rows of sharp wire while a little boy trailed behind, sobbing and calling out for his father.

Based on four videos reviewed by Reuters, a man wearing a Texas National Guard uniform intervened and shouted at the man, “I am without mercy for animals. Why did you send a child? Why did you send a young boy?”

Officials in Texas did not promptly reply to a comment request.

The CBP of the United States did not promptly reply to a query regarding the individuals spotted scaling the border barrier at the beach dividing Tijuana and San Diego.

The agency had previously stated that it would take action against migrants who do not have a legal basis to remain in the US, including deportation.