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Honduran migrant caravan leaves Guatemala City and heads for Mexico

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Honduran migrant caravan leaves Guatemala City and heads for Mexico

Honduran migrant caravan leaves Guatemala City and heads for Mexico

A new migrant caravan, the first of this year but the fourth since the phenomenon began, crossed from Honduras, reached Guatemala city and left the next early morning ,towards the Mexican border.

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