'Surprising' Uptick in Unaccompanied Children Crossing Border

The new numbers show significant increases in regions where human traffic was lowest in 2014, including the El Paso region, Big Bend, San Diego, and Yuma.
0:24 | 09/22/15

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And more migrants are poor ring into the US from Mexico. Officials are reporting a surprising uptick in the number of people illegally crossing the border many of them are children traveling alone. The Border Patrol arrested nearly 101000 unaccompanied children and families last month. That's a 52% jump from the same time last year many of them are escaping violence in Honduras Guatemala and Al Salvador.

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