October 18, 2021

In Del Rio, Texas, there were more than 10,000 immigrants from Haiti. They’re being dispersed by a border patrol – and that sounds awful. Image

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Another migration crisis is on the US-Mexico border. About 14,000 immigrants, mainly from Haiti, have set up camp in Del Rio, Texas, with a population of about 35,000. They arrived from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, forming the Rio Grande. The current influx of migrants is likely due to weakened controls along the Mexican border and rumors that it has become easier for Haitians to seek refuge in the United States.

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