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Stuck at US border caravan migrants losing hope

Migrants, part of a caravan of thousands from Central America trying to reach the United States, make their way to the border fence between Mexico and the us on November 25.

The move came after USA border agents fired tear gas into Mexico to turn back a group of migrants who had breached the border over the weekend. The incident has also prompted Mexico's Foreign Ministry to request the US conduct an "exhaustive investigation" into its use of tear gas as the two countries struggle to reach a mutually agreed-upon solution to the immigration crisis.

The President later also denied that the tear gas was used against children.

With the share of Mexicans decreasing, Asians account for 22 percent of unauthorized immigrants who recently arrived in the United States, the report found.

Speaking in Mississippi, Mr Trump said the border agents were right to use tear gas.

But most are committed to the original goal as the prospects for asylum in the US grows dimmer.

House Republicans are willing to green-light Trump's border wall proposal, but they will lose their majority status - and with it the ability to move legislation - when the new Congress is sworn in. We will close the border permanently if need be.

Mexico's Interior Ministry said federal and local authorities stopped the migrants from crossing the border illegally.

Mr Trump also questioned why parents had taken their children to the site, and alleged that some of the people at the border were not parents, but "grabbers" who had taken children with them to improve their chances of asylum. Tear gas was deployed at the border on average at least once a month under President Obama, and pepper spray was used even more frequently, according to Customs and Border Protection data obtained by The Washington Times. "If they were truly asylum seekers they would have just walked up with their hands up and surrendered".

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And attempts to sneak across the border alone or in small groups appear to be largely failing. On Monday, he said Mexico should send them back to their home countries.

Most were dispirited after the US agents fired tear gas on the group of migrants trying to cross into the USA on Sunday.

The UN estimates that between 12,000 and 14,000 migrants have crossed the Guatemala-Mexico border, headed north to the USA, since mid-October, including about 100 LGBT persons desiring to claim asylum. "I want to be able to keep them".

"The desert is a very hard, unsafe unstructured environment", said Aaron Hull, Border Patrol chief for the El Paso Sector.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is assessing whether the state can take legal action over the Trump administration's use of force against a caravan of migrants or a decision and future threats to shut the border with Mexico, he said in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday.

Last week, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said there could be new troops at the border in the future with new missions.

Department of Homeland Security spokesman Tyler Houlton said Tuesday that CBP had arrested 42 people Sunday for illegally crossing the border, revising a higher figure the agency had previously released due to what Houlton said was confusion "in the heat of the moment".

The events made Mina rethink his family's plan of making it to the U.S. He says he's heard people talk of Rosarito, a beach town popular with U.S. tourists about a 40-minute drive south of Tijuana. The country's Interior Department said about 500 people attempted to rush the border, while US authorities put the number at 1,000.

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