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A significant migrant caravan, possibly comprising up to 15,000 individuals, is currently moving towards the U.S.-Mexico border, coinciding with President Biden’s presence at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, Your Content has learned.
This caravan stands as one of the largest ever recorded, with its current count at 11,000 people, expected to grow further.
The migrants predominantly originate from Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua, nations whose authoritarian regimes were not included in the summit’s invitation list.
In protest, Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador has announced his decision not to attend the gathering.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration continues its legal battle to terminate Title 42, a measure that has implications for the caravan’s journey northward, according to The Guardian.