Central American migrants risk lives in desert to reach US

More migrants are attempting to enter the US from remote areas to avoid border patrols.

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    Many migrants from Central America are risking their lives to try and reach the United States from remote areas.

    And critics of Donald Trump are blaming his “keep out” immigration policies for the deaths of some asylum seekers.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Antelope Wells in New Mexico, where soaring temperatures are adding to the danger.


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