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What we know about the migrant caravan waiting at the Texas-Mexico border

The roughly 1,600 migrants, who are mostly Honduran, are being housed in a former warehouse in Piedras Negras — and being guarded by Mexican law enforcement — while they wait to be let into the U.S. But processing is slow.

U.S. border patrol cars are seen through the fence of the bridge connecting Eagle Pass with Piedras Negras, Mexico, near the…
A U.S. border patrol agent stands at the limit of the U.S. and Mexico border in Eagle Pass. Concertina wire can be seen to t…
Mexican police and military line the exterior of the shelter currently holding an estimated 1700 migrants. According to the …
Moises Santos Canales, 17, of La Ceiba Antlantida, Honduras, has been detained at the migrant shelter in Piedras Negras for …
Texas State Troopers and U.S. border patrol vehicles park along the banks of the Rio Grande in Eagle Pass. Feb 9, 2019.

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