Record numbers of migrants crossing into the US from Mexico


Migrants in record numbers head for US border

Large numbers of migrants have been crossing into the United States from Mexico in recent weeks, piling pressure on the Biden administration to stem the flow of people as the U.S. 2024 presidential election race begins to heat up.

Migrants arrive in Eagle Pass
[1/32]Asylum seekers wait behind razor wire after crossing the Rio Grande as they attempt to enter the United States in Eagle Pass, Texas, September 27. REUTERS/Brian SnyderShare this photo
Migrants continue arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border to cross the Rio Grande river, in Piedras Negras
[2/32]Migrants cross the Rio Grande River to try to apply for asylum through Eagle Pass, Texas, U.S., as seen from Piedras Negras, in Piedras Negras, Mexico, September 27. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilShare this photo

Source: Reuters

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