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Mexico escalates border security to block migrant caravan

France 24 Saturday, 18 January 2020
Mexico deployed around 200 National Guard officers to the Guatemalan border on Friday in an effort to block a huge migrant caravan traversing Central America toward the United States.
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News video: Migrant group camps at Guatemala-Mexico border in bid to reach US

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Hundreds of Central Americans are camped on Guatemala border as they prepare to enter Mexico in a group on Monday.

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