August 4, 2015


Analysis

U.S. faced with humanitarian crisis over influx of migrant children

Migrant children and parents, most of whom who have travelled from Honduras, wait in Tequixquiac, Mexico for the train known as

TRACY WILKINSON/LOS ANGELES TIMES/MCT

Migrant children and parents, most of whom who have travelled from Honduras, wait in Tequixquiac, Mexico for the train known as "The Beast" that will take them to the United States border.

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