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It Was 'Like Hell': Migrants Stepping Over Dead Bodies on Dangerous Jungle Trek North to US
06-13-2019
Chuck Holton


PANAMA – What started out as migrant caravans winding their way north from Latin America has become an unbroken pipeline of people seeking to move to the United States. The vast majority of these migrants hail from the Northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. But the media attention they've garnered is leading to a surge in migrants from other countries as well – and these are coming from all across the world.

The US Border Patrol apprehended more than 404,000 people crossing America's borders in the fiscal year 2018. By mid-May, this year's total already exceeded that number by more than 60,000 people. But despite the perception that all of them come from Central America, the surge actually begins much further south and is composed of refugees from over 40 countries.

https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2019/june/it-was-like-hell-migrants-stepping-over-dead-bodies-on-dangerous-jungle-trek-north-to-nbsp-us
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