Migrant Caravan: Hundreds using secret convoys

Convoys of trucks that head out from a little guarded border point between Guatemala and Mexico are controlled by people smugglers.

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    A little-known town is being used to ferry migrants across the border between Guatemala and Mexico.

    Low security and regular people smuggling operations have made it a crossing point for thousands.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Gracias a Dios, Honduras.


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