PressTV-Unfazed by Trump order, migrants continue trek in Mexico

Thousands of Central American migrants have resumed their march through Mexico and toward the United States after a four-day respite, despite a measure by the administration of US President Donald Trump to suspend asylum rights for immigrants trying to enter the country illegally.

Some 4,000 Central American migrants continued their trek toward the US after leaving a stadium in southern Mexico City early on Saturday.

Carrying backpacks, blankets, and food, the migrants — many of them with children in tow — are now headed toward the northwest and will pass through the Mexican cities of Queretaro, Guadalajara, Culiacan, and Hermosillo until they arrive in Tijuana, just south of the US border.

​Central American migrants, who are taking part in a caravan moving toward the US, are seen at the Jesus Martinez Stadium in the Sports City in Mexico City, during a stop in their journey, on November 7, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

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