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Mexico moves migrants out of concern for riots

In an abandoned warehouse in the mexican Piedras Negras has 1.400 migrants housed. Most are honduraner. They have come to the city to try to get asylum in the united states. Piedras Negras is tvillingstad to Eagle Pass on the other side of gränsfloden the Rio Grande.

riots when some of them tried to take away from the fenced-in warehouse, where they lived for ten days. The authorities now want to move on the entire group, writes the Wall Street Journal.

to prevent the migrants in frustration over their predicament trying to storm the gränsstängslet, which happened in Tijuana, further west at the end of last year.

On the US-side has soldiers being ordered to supplement the gränsstängslet with rolls of rakbladstråd. A total of 4.350 army troops deployed to reinforce the U.S.'s southern border, of which 250 in Eagle Pass.

Late Thursday bused 140 of honduranerna to Saltillo, about 40 miles to the south. Another group of 150 were driven to Reynosa, about as far to the east. Second, the next few days to be sent to Monterey and Hermosillo, says a government officials to the Wall Street Journal.

From the beginning consisted migrantgruppen in Piedras Negras of 1,700 people, but 300 of them have received the visa to stay and work in Mexico.

on Friday told me that he intends to declare a national emergency to get the money to build a boundary wall, he thanked the newly appointed mexican president López Obrador for having helped to dissolve the ”the monstrous karavanerna” of migrants from Central america.

One of these ”migrantkaravaner” would, according to the Trump to have consisted of 15,000 people. It is unclear which group he was referring to.

Mexico granted at the beginning of the year humanitarian visas to around 13,000 central american migrants, who have arrived in smaller groups. Some of these have been continued northward to the border, others have chosen to stay and work in Mexico. A group of about 2,500 are currently living in a camp in the capital, Mexico City.

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