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Over 2,000 Migrants in Latest Government-Aided Caravan Making Their Way Through Mexico

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A caravan of over 2,000 migrants is traveling through southern Mexico with assistance from government officials and NGOs.

Called the Migrant Way of the Cross, the group set out from Chiapas and is heading toward Mexico City, carrying a large cross to symbolize the hardships of migration.

Mexican police are escorting the caravan along roads and controlling traffic as it moves.

National Migration Institute officials and NGOs in cities where migrants will camp are making preparations to assist them.

The eventual goal is to reach the US-Mexico border in Texas, though as with past caravans, the group will likely split up in Mexico City to take buses and other transportation for the final leg of the journey.

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