The Caravan of Salvadoran Migrants crosses the Suchiate River and has already entered the state of Chiapas

Map. History of Mexico conflict

18 November 2018
The governor of Veracruz offered to move the caravan to Mexico City, then retracted the offer almost immediately because he said there were water shortages in Mexico City. The members of the caravan request what was promised.
#CaravanaMigrante asks governor of Veracruz @YoconYunes not to leave them alone and comply with the offer to facilitate buses to move to the CDMX, where everything is ready to receive them
After offering transportation to migrants, Yunes asks them to stay in shelters in Veracruz; He says that it would not be correct to send them to the CDMX, where there is a shortage of water.
The government of Nuevo Leon takes control of the Monterrey Police for 60 days, due to the "power vacuum" that exists in the municipality
The Pentagon rejected requests for troops to act as emergency law enforcement at the border
Some migrants that make up the Caravana Migrante leave Donaji Oaxaca and agree to arrive at Sayulade Alemán Veracruz.
2 week ago
Video: Mexico: Caravan of Migrants heads towards Donají, in Oaxaca
Members of the Migrants Caravan is already in the territory of Veracruz. The agreement in assembly had been to reach Donaji, Oaxaca but, they preferred to continue and move faster2 week ago
Members of the Migrants Caravan is already in the territory of Veracruz. The agreement in assembly had been to reach Donaji, Oaxaca but, they preferred to continue and move faster
The Caravan of Salvadoran Migrants crosses the Suchiate River and has already entered the state of Chiapas
In trucks or any other vehicle, the Migrants Caravan advances to Acayucan Veracruz Mexico. The majority decided to stay ahead of schedule
Taking questions before leaving WH, Pres Trump said he won't stand for what some migrants did to Mexican military and police. Says some were hit by rocks in the face and badly injured. "Rocks in their faces - not going to happen to our soldiers," he said.
President Trump says he had told US military mobilizing at southwest border if US troops face rock-throwing migrants, they should react as though the rocks were "rifles"
More than 1,500, Salvadorans mostly try to enter Mexico, on the Tecún Umán border.
1,000 U.S. troops have deployed to the southern border with Mexico at various locations, officials confirm. More than 7,000 active-duty forces will deploy in coming days to support Border Patrol
The first migrants from the Caravana de Migrantes arrive to Donaji Oaxaca to settle in the main park2 week ago
The first migrants from the Caravana de Migrantes arrive to Donaji Oaxaca to settle in the main park
2 week ago
On 02/11, migrants caravan to advance to the community of Donaji, Oaxaca, 44 km from Matías Romero
21 days have passed since the first Caravan Migrant left San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Tonight they are in Matías Romero, Oaxaca, Mexico and more than 500 km from the capital of the country
Members of the caravan are   arriving in Matias Romero, Oaxaca2 week ago
Members of the caravan are arriving in Matias Romero, Oaxaca
The #Caravanamigrante installed a camp at the Emiliano Zapata of Matías Romero, Oaxaca
U.S. troops and military equipment arrived in San Antonio, Texas, to help secure the southern border from migrant caravans.
The caravan has been stopping buses and trucks on the side of the road heading for Matias Romero and asking how many people they can take. Doesn't seem like these buses were paid for by the city Juchitán.
Today, at 5:00 a.m., the Migrant Caravan left for the city of Matías-Romero. Yesterday, before midnight, they changed the last minute route because of the difficult road to #Oaxaca capital and because of threats to find the pass closed by the GobFederal.
People in the caravan have been hitchhiking on trucks and some buses this morning.2 week ago
People in the caravan have been hitchhiking on trucks and some buses this morning.
Momento when CaravanaEmigrantes are leaving Juchitan to go to Matias Romero Oaxaca2 week ago
Momento when #CaravanaEmigrantes are leaving Juchitan to go to Matias Romero Oaxaca
Late last night during an assembly the caravan decided to change route and head to Matias Romero, Oaxaca because the lack of buses made the previous route difficult given the number of sick kids and limited resources on the route.
[email protected]_Northcom on border/Operation Faithful Patriot: "The number of troops deployed will change each day as military forces flow into the operating area, but the initial estimate is that the DOD will have more than 7,000 troops supporting DHS across California, Arizona and Texas"
Trump says number of military troops deployed to US-Mexican border could go as high as 15,000.
Deploying border troops see threats in armed U.S. militiamen stealing their equipment and protester violence, documents show
The departure of the third #CaravanaMigrantesElSalvador from San Salvador. The group consists of about 400 people and is the second caravan left today from the capital of El Salvador
Migrant caravan in Juchitán, Oaxaca where it's members are hoping to get buses from Mexican state and federal authorities in order to get to Mexico City.
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