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Trump vows 'full effort' to halt Honduran migrant caravan bound for US

SBS Sunday, 21 October 2018
Trump vows 'full effort' to halt Honduran migrant caravan bound for USUS President Donald Trump said "full efforts" were underway to halt the caravan's progress toward the USA.
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News video: Honduran Migrant Caravan Paused At Guatemala's Border With Mexico

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According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, hundreds of Central Americans in a US bound migrant caravan were stuck on Guatemala's border with Mexico, as efforts began to send some of the caravan home and stop their approach to the US border. Guatemalan police reportedly said they had transported...

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