Life at the Guatemala-Mexico border

Mexico amps up immigration enforcement amid pressure from the U.S.
1:11 | 06/19/19

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What if things actually like for people trying to get from Mexico to Central America. From Central Americas are Daniel Carranza is at the border and Mexico and Guatemala with more in him. Thank you made canyons you know you and it kept us and writers say videos weekend. On the other side you guessing what deny them territory. DC is one of the biggest crossing points on along the Revis. Hundreds of migrants and were exposed daily jumping into these small rafts from Mexico. We consume then we can see women and children from sinful very independent entering Mexico. We hope we'll pitching the unique and states. Basically. In the official who decides to growth of leaving the chain's fourth when he five fifths of a consumer who won Boehner put in from Mexico and technical. So far enough from being in both sides of them either we haven't seen any of ponies. And checks. Any paperwork documents last week under the bill Cecil Taylor president of Mexico. From this 6000 elements of a lot of innocent and prevent these busing and his kind of low. Given moment we haven't seen any. Can really. Anke Daniel.

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