Mexico arrested 12 police who allegedly massacred 19 people, including Indigenous migrants, at the U.S. border. Victims were found burned in a bullet-ridden truck. Most are believed to be from an Indigenous village in Guatemala who lost contact with family on the way to the U.S.
"We don’t have housing, we don’t have anything to eat, we don’t have anything." Police in Guatemala used tear gas to disperse a caravan of thousands of Honduran migrants and asylum seekers heading to the US 👇
VIDEO: Honduran migrants trying to reach the United States on foot remain stuck in Guatemala, their advance stymied by security forces. The group hopes to be allowed to continue forward after it was met by police in the southeastern town of Vado Hondo
Guatemala Police and National Civil Police use batons and tear gas on US-bound migrant caravan.
Mexico dispatched riot police to tackle hundreds of Central American migrants and asylum seekers at the Guatemala border, many of them children. The caravan is trying to reach the U.S. to escape violence and poverty at home.
Mexican police fired tear gas at migrants and asylum seekers who crossed a river from Guatemala. They want safe passage to the U.S. but Mexico's govt has refused and set up checkpoints to block their transit. Several children were separated in the chaos and some were wounded.
THE CARAVAN: joins the procession of migrants who have now made it across the border from Guatemala into Mexico and are marching north, hoping to make it to the United States — but expected to meet a wall of Mexican police later today.
Footage shared by police in Guatemala shows evacuation of survivors after Volcán de Fuego eruption leaves more than 60 people dead.