After Texas shooting, refugees still hopeful of reaching US

'Compared to the US, our country is much more dangerous,' says a Honduran asylum seeker.

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    When a gunman targeting Mexicans killed 22 people in the US state of Texas last week, President Donald Trump denounced white supremacy and called for unity.

    But critics say the president's anti-immigrant rhetoric is increasing the hatred behind such attacks.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro went to Ciudad Juarez in Mexico to see if US gun violence is giving asylum seekers second thoughts.


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