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Migrant caravan advances slowly in southern Mexico, some reject visas

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – About 3,000 mostly Central American migrants advanced slowly on Friday along a highway near Mexico’s border with Guatemala after some rejected overtures from immigration agents to stop, preferring instead to take their chances on the northern trek. The caravan made up of mostly of women and children arrived earlier in the day in the town of Acacoyagua, advancing 24 miles (38 km) from a previous stop in another southern Mexican hamlet, just beyond the border city of Tapachula, where the migrants began their journey. Migrants advocate Irineo Mujica, one of the caravan’s l…

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