Migrant caravan arrives in Mexico City en route to US border

The migrant caravan makes a rest stop in Mexico City before pushing on to the US border.

    Thousands of asylum seekers and migrants from Central America have arrived in Mexico City on their way to the United States border.

    The caravan, made up mainly of Hondurans, is the first of three large groups moving across Mexico in search of a better life.

     

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Mexico City.


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