(Epoch Times) The migrant caravan heading to the United States from Central America entered Mexico on Oct. 21, and has been moving northward as thousands more migrants have joined the group on their journey.
Meanwhile, American flags were burned in Honduras in support of the caravan while U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to cut aid to Central American countries.
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Refusing to wait at the Guatemala-Mexico border and proceed orderly as requested by Mexican authorities, the group broke through the border and has continued toward America’s southern border.
By Oct. 22, they had reached Tapachula, almost 2,000 miles (3,135 kilometers) from the U.S. border.
The group had swelled to roughly 7,000 by Monday, stretching more than 2 miles, reported Los Angeles Times.
That was 2,000 more than just a day prior.
Another group of 1,000 entered Guatemala from Honduras on Sunday, rushing north trying to catch up to the caravan and some 1,000 or more were at the Guatemala-Mexico border trying to pass through.
Migrants have received help along the way, receiving donated water, food, and clothing.
Locals driving pickups, vans, and cargo trucks have also given them rides, as they did on Oct. 21…Original Source…