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PHOTO GALLERY: Central American migrants on the 'Long March' north to US, as Trump continues threats


U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
U.S.-bound Central American migrants on the move in Mexico
Oct
25

Men, women and children, mostly from Guatemala and Honduras, had set out early on foot from the southern Mexican state of Chiapas to continue their slog toward the US border, more than 1,100 miles away

Thousands of Central American migrants began arriving in towns in southern Mexico on Wednesday on their march toward the United States, where President Donald Trump has declared them unwelcome and threatened to cut off aid to their home countries

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