Central American migrants taking part in a caravan called "Migrant Via Crucis" towards the United States queue for food at a sports field in Matias Romero, Oaxaca State, Mexico, on April 3, 2018. / AFP / VICTORIA RAZO
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The caravan of Central American migrants that angered U.S. President Donald Trump was sidelined at a sports field in southern Mexico with no means of reaching the border even as Trump tweeted another threat to Mexico Tuesday.Organized caravans of predominantly Central American migrants, including many escaping drug and gang-related violence in Honduras, have crossed Mexico since 2010, according to Mexico's government.Bogged down by logistical problems, large numbers of children and fears about people getting sick, the caravan was always meant to draw attention to the plight of migrants and was never equipped to march all the way to the U.S. border.
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