Latin American migrants strive to survive in Mexico

As Trump tightens border control in bid to build wall, some plan to settle in Mexico instead of trying to reach the US.

    Some migrants from Latin American countries who have made it as far as Mexico are scraping together a living, unsure if they will ever call the United States "home".

    As US President Donald Trump tightens border control in his bid to build a wall, some plan to settle in Mexico instead of trying to reach the US.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from the border town of Tijuana, Mexico.


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