Unaccompanied children cross US border

Many Central America children turn themselves over to the US authorities, hoping to get permission to stay permanently.

    Thousands of unaccompanied children and mothers with babies are crossing the US border from Central America.

    Once inside the US they turn themselves over to authorities in hopes of getting permission to stay permanently.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds travelled to Nogales in Arizona where the migrants are being held.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    The woman who cleans up after 'lonely deaths' in Japan

    The woman who cleans up after 'lonely deaths' in Japan

    When somebody dies lonely and alone, Miyu Kojima steps in to clean their home and organise the mementos of their life.

    Putin and the 'triumph of Christianity' in Russia

    Putin and the 'triumph of Christianity' in Russia

    The rise of the Orthodox Church in Russia appears unstoppable, write filmmakers Glen Ellis and Viktoryia Kolchyna who went to investigate the close ties between the church and Putin.

    The chill effect: Is India's media running scared?

    The chill effect: Is India's media running scared?

    Much of India's media spurns a scoop about the son of PM Modi's right-hand man. Plus, NFL as platform for race politics.