U.S. bound migrant caravan continues into Mexico

STORY: The migrant caravan made up of Venezuelan, Cuban and Central American citizens left Tapachula Monday morning (June 6), and walked for several hours in the midst of intense heat, and rain.

The group arrived in Huixtla where they heard of the announcement of visa concessions for undocumented immigrants who intend to reach the United States border and request asylum.

Migration activists said the group could be one of the region's largest migrant caravans in recent years.

U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to announce a regional pact on migration later in the week.

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