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Migrant Caravan Grows To 5,000

A growing crowd of Central American migrants in southern Mexico is resuming its advance toward the U.S. border on Sunday.

A growing crowd of Central American migrants in southern Mexico resumed its advance toward the U.S. border on Sunday. The advances have overwhelmed Mexican officials' attempts to stop them at the border.

The Associated Press reports that the number of migrants swelled

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