People all over Mexico say the police are failing to come to grips with the country's crime problem. many of these people have banded together... to take the law into their own hands.
Mexico's new president has agreed with Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to reduce large-scale emigration. Pressure on the region has intensified after a 6,000-strong migrant caravan made a beeline for the US border.
The government has said that anyone approaching the border in a "violent way" will not be allowed to stay in Mexico. 42 refugees have been arrested on US soil after running for the border.
Maribel Ponce Hernandez joined the migrant caravan trekking through Central America to escape Honduras. The single mom is unflinching in her aim to reach the US, regardless of what President Donald Trump has to say.
Thousands of migrants have left Mexico City for a 2,800-kilometer route through areas known for cartel violence. Organizers said the route to Tijuana is less dangerous than heading straight to the closest US entryway.
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