Migrants ‘knock at front door’ for asylum after Trump crackdown


TIJUANA/REYNOSA, Mexico (Reuters) – More Mexicans and Central Americans are lining up to make asylum requests at the U.S.-Mexico border as word spreads of a U.S. crackdown on families crossing illegally and the threat of brutal gangs lying in wait if they go it alone.

A Honduran migrant child plays with a football at the Senda de Vida migrant shelter in Reynosa, in Tamaulipas state, Mexico June 22, 2018. Picture taken June 22, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Officials at shelters in border cities as well as migrants from Mexico and Central America told Reuters there was a rising number of…



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