A day in the life of a family with the caravan in Tijuana

Turned away by tear gas and barbed wire, we meet the asylum seekers who are still hoping for a better life in the US.

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    Three weeks ago, Al Jazeera spent a day on the road with a family from Honduras who had joined a caravan trying to get to the United States.

    At that point, they had just crossed into Mexico and had a long, hard journey ahead of them.

    Now, 25 days and 4,000 kilometres later, we caught up with them on the Mexican border with the US, and found that things for them had changed completely.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Tijuana.


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