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Hundreds of migrants headed toward the united states
"Hundreds of migrants headed toward the united states"

"Several hundred migrants from Honduras trying to enter in Guatemala, with the hope to reach the united states."

"The u.s. security has already warned them."

"Around 200 people, men, women and children, crossed the border on Tuesday morning. They showed all the valid documents and was allowed to continue in the country. Then already had 350 people made the same journey, but was stopped and detained by border guards. About half have been denied entry into the country."

"A third group is on the road through Honduras and is expected to border on Tuesday evening, local time."

"– Those who do not have valid documents will have to return, " says Alejandra Mena, spokesperson for Guatemala's migration agency."

"According to Honduran deputy foreign minister Nelly Jerez, is located between 800 and 1 000 migrants at the border."

"the News of a new group of migrants heading toward the united states, the country's president Donald Trump to re-tweet about the need for a wall along the border to Mexico."

"If they even get that far."

"– We ask them to let us cross the country on their way to Mexico, " says a honduran migrant on the way to the Guatemalan border."

"The wave of migrants was used by Donald Trump to describe a crisis at the border. The u.s. military sent to the border before their arrival, and the border between the united states and Mexico, particularly in Tijuana, was closed down in installments."

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