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Karawana migrantów z Hondurasu zmierza do USA (266)

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Central American migrants traveling with a caravan to the U.S., use a piece of plastic as covering as they sleep on a sidewalk in Huixtla, Mexico, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. The caravan, estimated to include more than 7,000 people, had advanced but still faced more than 1,000 miles, and likely much further, to the end of the journey. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of the Guatemala-Mexico international bridge in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - The bridge remains empty a day after a caravan of Honduran migrants heading to the US crossed it. The United Nations said more than 7,000 people were now heading toward the US, as more migrants joined the original group, including some Central Americans who were already in Mexico. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, dry their clothes in the sun by the bank of the Huixtla river, in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Honduran migrant taking part in a caravan heading to the US, takes a bath in the Huixtla river, in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Honduran migrant kid taking part in a caravan heading to the US, washes his teeth during a stop in their journey, in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest at a makeshift camp during a stop in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest during a stop in their journey, in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest at a makeshift camp during a stop in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest at a makeshift camp during a stop in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 23, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States -- a caravan President Donald Trump has called an "assault on our country" -- stopped to rest Tuesday after walking for two days into Mexican territory. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Central American children traveling with a caravan of thousands of migrants rest on a plastic tarp as their parents set up camp in a public park, after arriving to Huixtla, Mexico, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Thousands of Central American migrants resumed an arduous trek toward the U.S. border Monday, with many bristling at suggestions there could be terrorists among them and saying the caravan is being used for political ends by U.S. President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Mexicans from religious organizations hand out small bags containing water, toilet paper, diapers and medicine to Central American migrants who got a free ride from a motorist, in Xochiltepec, Mexico, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Motorists in pickups and other vehicles have been offering the Central American migrants rides, often in overloaded truck beds, as the group of about 7,000 people heads to the U.S. border. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants hoping to reach the U.S. sleep in the southern Mexico city of Tapachula, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018, in a public plaza featuring a statue of Mexican national hero Miguel Hidalgo, a priest who launched Mexico's War of Independence in 1810. Keeping together for strength and safety in numbers, some huddled under a metal roof in the city's main plaza Sunday night. Others lay exhausted in the open air, with only thin sheets of plastic to protect them from ground soggy from an intense Sunday evening shower. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Clothes belonging to a Honduran migrant hangs to dry on the fence of a border bridge that stretches over the Suchiate River, connecting Guatemala and Mexico, in Tecun Uman, Guatemala, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Hundreds of migrants, who are part of a caravan bound for the U.S.-Mexico border are waiting on the border bridge to be attended by Mexican immigration authorities. U.S. President Donald Trump says the U.S. will begin "cutting off, or substantially reducing" aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador over the migrant caravan heading to the U.S. southern border. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros), APTOPIX
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A local pastor leads a group of migrants in prayer as they prepare to bed down for the night in the main square in Huixtlan, in the southeastern state of Chiapas, Mexico, on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. In defiance of the Mexican and American governments, more than 7,000 Central American undocumented migrants have been en route to the United States for more than a week. (Luis Antonio Rojas/The New York Times)
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A group of migrants from Central America prepare to bed down for the night in the main square in Huixtlan, in the southeastern state of Chiapas, Mexico, on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. In defiance of the Mexican and American governments, more than 7,000 Central American undocumented migrants have been en route to the United States for more than a week. (Luis Antonio Rojas/The New York Times)
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Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, wait to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman in Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, arrive in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico, in a makeshift raft, after crossing the Suchiate river, natural border between Guatemala and Mexico on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, rest alongside the route, in Metapa, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, aboard a truck in Metapa on their way to Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, aboard a truck in Metapa on their way to Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, board a truck in Metapa on their way to Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, cross the Suchiate River, natural border between Guatemala and Mexico, in makeshift rafts, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of Honduran migrants onboard a truck as they take part in a caravan heading to the US, in the outskirts of Tapachula, on their way to Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, wait to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman in Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, rest in tents at the International Mesoamerican Fair's venue in Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, climb on a truck in Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Mexican migrant boy remains next to tents at a shelter in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico, in the border with the US, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Guillermo Arias / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A truck drives near a reinforced section of the U.S.-Mexico border fence as seen from Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Guillermo Arias / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants board a truck as they take part in a caravan heading to the US, in the outskirts of Tapachula, on their way to Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a new caravan heading to the US with Honduran and Guatemalan national flags in Quezaltepeque, Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a new caravan heading to the US, talk with Guatemalan police officers on their arrival to Chiquimula, Guatemala, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Guatemalan police officers talk to Honduran migrants taking part in a new caravan heading to the US, on their arrival to Chiquimula, Guatemala, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a new caravan heading to the US, arrive to Chiquimula, Guatemala, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a new caravan heading to the US, arrive to Chiquimula, Guatemala, on October 22, 2018. - US President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Honduran migrant taking part in a caravan heading to the US, holds up a sign reading "Thank you Mexico for opening your hearts to us", while he waits to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman in Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 22, 2018. - President Donald Trump on Monday called the migrant caravan heading toward the US-Mexico border a national emergency, saying he has alerted the US border patrol and military. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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Central American migrants walking to the U.S. start their day departing Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. Despite Mexican efforts to stop them at the border, a growing throng of Central American migrants resumed their advance toward the U.S. border early Sunday in southern Mexico. Their numbers swelled to about 5,000 overnight. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Central American migrants making their way to the U.S. in a large caravan rest under a statue of Mexico's first Indian president Benito Juarez in Tapachula, Mexico, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. A growing caravan of Honduran migrants streamed through southern Mexico on Sunday heading toward the United States, after making an end-run around Mexican agents who briefly blocked them at the Guatemalan border. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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A Central American migrant making their way to the U.S. in a large caravan carries his son after arriving in Tapachula, Mexico, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. The man said a truck driver gave them a free ride to the city. A growing caravan of Honduran migrants streamed through southern Mexico on Sunday heading toward the United States, after making an end-run around Mexican agents who briefly blocked them at the Guatemalan border. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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A Honduran migrant picks up a pair of child pants drying out over a fence in a bridge that stretches over the Suchiate River connecting Guatemala and Mexico, in Tecun Uman, Guatemala, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018. Guatemala's migration agency confirmed that another group of about 1,000 migrants crossed into the country from Honduras on Sunday. (AP Photo/Oliver de Ros), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest in the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman heading to Tapachula, Mexico, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest in the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest in the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman heading to Tapachula, Mexico, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest in the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman heading to Tapachula, Mexico, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, rest in the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, remain at the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Honduran migrant taking part in a caravan heading to the US, is assisted at the border of Guatemala and Mexico, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman heading to Tapachula, Mexico, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, walk in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Mexican Federal Police helicopter overflies Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Honduran migrant heading in a caravan to the US, carries a baby on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Mexican Federal Police officer speaks with Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Pedro Pardo / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Mexican Federal Police officers are deployed on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, as a caravan of Honduran migrants heading to the United States takes place, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A Mexican Federal Police helicopter overflies Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a caravan heading to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the US, on the road linking Ciudad Hidalgo and Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from the southern Mexican city of Ciudad Hidalgo, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, wait to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, cross the Suchiate River, natural border between Guatemala and Mexico, in makeshift rafts, in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, walk on Mexican soil after crossing from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Thousands of Honduran migrants resumed their march toward the United States on Sunday from Guatemalan Ciudad Tecun Uman, AFP journalists at the scene said. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A Honduran migrant heading in a caravan to de US, waits to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Around 3,000 people were marching in the caravan on the Mexican side, according to an estimate from a federal police commander, but about a thousand migrants, including women and children, were still stranded on the border bridge hoping to enter Mexico legally via Guatemala. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A Honduran migrant heading in a caravan to de US, waits to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Around 3,000 people were marching in the caravan on the Mexican side, according to an estimate from a federal police commander, but about a thousand migrants, including women and children, were still stranded on the border bridge hoping to enter Mexico legally via Guatemala. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, wait to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Around 3,000 people were marching in the caravan on the Mexican side, according to an estimate from a federal police commander, but about a thousand migrants, including women and children, were still stranded on the border bridge hoping to enter Mexico legally via Guatemala. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to de US, wait to cross the border from Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, to Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on October 21, 2018. - Around 3,000 people were already marching in the caravan on the Mexican side, according to an estimate from a federal police commander, but about a thousand migrants, including women and children, were still stranded on the border bridge hoping to enter Mexico legally. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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Hundreds of demonstrators with a Honduran flag protest in favor of the caravan of migrants who are currently stuck on the Guatemala-Mexico border, in front of the American embassy, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Friday, Oct. 19, 2018. A U.S.-bound caravan that once totaled more than 3,000 Central American migrants looked to be about a third that size Saturday morning, when its remaining members woke up on a bridge that divides the borders of Guatemala and Mexico and waited to get past a crossing guarded by hundreds of Mexican federal police. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)
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Migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa take shelter while hiding from the police in a forest in the district of Boukhalef, on the southwestern outskirts of the Moroccan port city of Tangiers which overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar, on October 20, 2018. - For scores of African migrants, it's a case of "Europe or bust" no matter what Moroccan authorities throw at them in the way of detentions and being bussed hundreds of kilometres away. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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Migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa take shelter while hiding from the police in a forest in the district of Boukhalef, on the southwestern outskirts of the Moroccan port city of Tangiers which overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar, on October 20, 2018. - For scores of African migrants, it's a case of "Europe or bust" no matter what Moroccan authorities throw at them in the way of detentions and being bussed hundreds of kilometres away. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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Migrants heading to the US and residents use makeshift rafts to cross the Suchiate river, natural border between Mexico and Guatemala, in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, rest in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, rest in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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A Honduran migrant kisses a baby at a temporary shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the US, clean a baby at a temporary shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the US, play football at a temporary shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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A Honduran migrant heading to the US, rests at a temporary shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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A Honduran girl recives medical assistance at a temporary shelter in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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A Honduran migrants rests at the main square of Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, rest in Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, gather at the central park of Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, hold signs reading "Juticalpa", "Tegucigalpa" and "Comayagua", the cities they come from, as they gather at the central park of Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, gather at the central park of Ciudad Tecun Uman, Guatemala, in the border with Mexico, on October 19, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Paramedics attend Honduran migrant Jose Alainez, 49, who suffered an epileptic seizure while walking north with other migrants, before taking him to the hospital in Guatemala City, early Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. Alainez, traveling alone, had to leave the caravan of more than 2,000 Hondurans trying to wend its way to the United States. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, walk with a Honduran national flag in direction to Tecun Uman -the border with Mexico,- as they leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States arrive in Tecun Uman, on the border with Mexico, 257km south of Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States rest in Central Park in Tecun Uman, on the border with Mexico, 257km south of Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened on October 18 to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading for the US rest next to a line of riot police in El Amatillo, La Union department, El Salvador, in the border with Honduras, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by MARVIN RECINOS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading in a caravan to the United States, leave Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants climb an overpass to go to Tecum Uman, Guatemalan border with Mexico, in Guatemala City, on October 18, 2018. - US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close its southern border if Mexico fails to stem the "onslaught" of migrants from Central America, in a series of tweets that blamed Democrats ahead of the midterm elections. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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A Honduran migrant wearing a U.S. flag motif shirt, holds a sandwich at an improvised shelter in Chiquimula, Guatemala, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. U.S. President Donald Trump threatened on Tuesday to cut aid to Honduras if it doesn't stop the impromptu caravan of migrants, but it remains unclear if governments in the region can summon the political will to physically halt the determined border-crossers. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants walking to the U.S. start their day departing Chiquimula, Guatemala, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. The group of some 2,000 Honduran migrants hit the road in Guatemala again Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States despite President Donald Trump's threat to cut off aid to Central American countries that don't stop them. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants bound to the U.S border climb into the bed of a truck in Zacapa, Guatemala, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. The group of some 2,000 Honduran migrants hit the road in Guatemala again Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States despite President Donald Trump's threat to cut off aid to Central American countries that don't stop them. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo), APTOPIX
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan towards the United States, rest in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the United States arrive at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by Johan ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan towards the United States, arrive at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan towards the United States, await after arriving at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the United States arrive at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the United States arrive at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Honduran migrants heading to the United States hold up their hands as they arrive at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading to the United States, take a rets at an abandoned house in Zacapa, Guatemala, on October 16, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by Orlando ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading to the United States, take a rest at a gas station in Zacapa, Guatemala, on October 16, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by Orlando ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants heading to the United States, take a rest at a gas station in Zacapa, Guatemala, on October 16, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by Orlando ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants sleep at a community gymnasium in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants sleep in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants push a stroller with a baby as they take part in a caravan towards the United States in Zacapa, 145 km east of Guatemala City, on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan towards the United States, await after arriving at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants Omar Orella (L) and Nery Maldonado (C), who are taking part in a caravan towards the United States, rest at the Casa del Migrante (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrant families taking part in a caravan towards the United States, arrive in Guatemala City, on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants aboard a truck arrive in in Guatemala City, while taking part in a caravan towards the United States, on October 17, 2018. - A migrant caravan set out on October 13 from the impoverished, violence-plagued country and was headed north on the long journey through Guatemala and Mexico to the US border. President Donald Trump warned Honduras he will cut millions of dollars in aid if the group of about 2,000 migrants is allowed to reach the United States. (Photo by ORLANDO SIERRA / AFP)

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