Mexico: American dream over for many migrants

Many have been turned away from the US-Mexico border, given a number and transported to the shelter.

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    Thousands of Central American asylum seekers who hoped to reach the United States as part of a caravan are starting to realise that their dream of a new life in the US may be over.

    Many are being turned away at the US-Mexico border, with some saying they have not been given the legal protections they are entitled to.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Nogales, on the Mexican side of the border.


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