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Caravan Organizers Promised Easy U.S. Asylum, Say Departing Migrants

Hundreds of migrants from Central America gathered near the U.S. border in Tijuana are planning to return home. They blame one of the caravan organizers, Pueblos Sin Fronteras, for allegedly misleading them into joining the trek with false promises of easy asylum in the United States. The group denies the accusations.

TOPSHOT - Honduran migrants taking part in a caravan heading to the US, walk in Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, on October 24, 2018. - Thousands of mainly Honduran migrants heading to the United States, a caravan President Donald Trump has called an 'assault on our country', continued their march to …

Fitton: ‘Elaborately Planned’ Caravan Attracts Human Traffickers and Gangbangers

The caravan moving north toward our border is a serious threat to the sovereignty of the United States. It is a blatant challenge to the rule of law. For this reason, we sent our Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell and Judicial Watch Investigator Reporter Irene Garcia to Guatemala to uncover the truth about “caravan.”

In this Oct. 23, 2018 image, a woman hands over her documents as her number is called to cross the border and request asylum in the United States, in Tijuana, Mexico. The first obstacle that migrants in a giant caravan may face if they reach the U.S. border is a …

Honduran Bishops Decry ‘Human Tragedy’ of Migrant Caravan

The Bishops of Honduras released a statement this week saying they had been “deaf” and “blind” to the needs of their people and calling on the Honduran government to address the “human tragedy” of the migrant caravan.