Mexican authorities dispersed a caravan of migrants

There were about 800 people in the caravan who wanted to get to the United States.

Mexican border guards and police dispersed a caravan of hundreds of migrants traveling from southern Mexico to the United States.

This is the fourth caravan in respect of which such an operation has been carried out in the last few days.

The group of about 800 people consisted mainly of immigrants from Central America, Haiti, Venezuela, and Cuba.

They spent the night on a basketball court in the Huixtla area, about 40 kilometers from the border town of Tapachula, where they were waiting for registration by the Mexican immigration authorities.

Shortly before dawn, immigration agents, supported by police officers in protective gear, entered the crowd and pushed many people into trucks, forcing others to flee.

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