Published: Mon, April 09, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Trump in rape claims over migrant caravan

Trump in rape claims over migrant caravan

Some Central American migrants moving as a caravan through Mexico will reportedly break up into smaller groups to try and cross the us border.

The Mexican government has responded by issuing temporary permits to migrants.

Mujica praised the Mexican government for its response.

Since Sunday, Trump has been verbally attacking Mexican immigration to the USA, border security and a caravan event, which is an annual campaign to highlight migrants' rights and help them seek asylum.

Trump, when he announced his campaign, said, "When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best".

He plans on getting permission from the Mexican government to travel freely through the country and ask for asylum near the USA border.

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To explain that all, I reached out to CNN's Leyla Santiago, who is in Mexico and covering the caravan.

From October to March, the total number of people caught trying to cross the Southwest border - 173,599 - is down 13% compared with the same time period the previous year.

"Up until now, the United States and President Trump was not much of an impact".

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, in a statement personally directed to President Trump, called on the USA president Thursday to negotiate with Mexico in a constructive spirit, saying the challenges between the two neighbors "never justify threatening or disrespectful attitudes between our countries".

A boy sits awake as Central American migrants traveling with the annual "Stations of the Cross" caravan, sleep at a sports club in Matias Romero, Oaxaca State, Mexico, Tuesday, April 3, 2018. Many said they were comfortable remaining in Mexico.

"Until we can have a wall and proper security we're going to be guarding our border with the military", Trump said.

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The president repeatedly pointed out Mexico and Canada's "tough" immigration law and also suggested USA reconsider birth citizenship status.

Organizers say that migrants can now take buses on their own to Puebla, a city south of the capital, where a workshop on immigration law is planned for Friday.

Guerrero has suffered more violence than any other state leading up to the July 1 general elections, when Mexican citizens will vote not only for the president and members of congress, but also to fill more than 18,000 local and federal government positions. They're not sending you.

One of them, Maria Elena Colindres Ortega, 43, who had been a congresswoman in Honduras until January, said she joined in the hope that she could eventually apply for political asylum in the United States.

"I couldn't wait for them to kill me, " Colindres Ortega said. The cultural diversity is a reminder of why people moved here in the first place. These are the types of investments - not a further militarized border - that will lead to more sustainable solutions for the USA, migrants, and their home countries.

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