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US Shuts Part Of Texas-Mexico Border To Stop Migrants From Crossing

The U.S. has shut part of the Texas-Mexico border that led to a large camp of migrants, after many people were attempting to cross back and forth over the Rio Grande. The migrants said they had no access to food at the makeshift camp in Del Rio, Texas. Border patrol said that around 3,300 migrants have been removed so far, with 9,000 expected to be removed by next week. This move is one of America's largest expulsion of migrants and refugees in decades.


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