New Sinclair Segment Defends Tear-Gassing Of Migrant Children At Border

US military march next to the US-Mexico border wall near the Otay Mesa Port of Entry border crossing in San Diego California

A group of Central American migrant, mostly from Honduras, climb the border fence between Mexico and the United States, near El Chaparral border crossing, in Tijuana, Baja California State, Mexico, on Sunday.

"We thought they were going to kill us".

There was a steady line outside a shelter at a tent housing the International Organization for Migration, where officials were offering assistance for those who wanted to return to their home countries.

Julisa, 6, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en route to the United States, plays with a ball inside a temporary shelter in Tijuana on Monday.

Facing a hostile welcome and little hope, a growing number of migrants have chose to turn back.

Migrants gather at the Mexico-US border after getting past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.

The ministry said Mexico is committed to protecting the human rights and security of the migrants and reiterated that tight cooperation was needed to deal with the migrant situation "with a focus on shared responsibility".

"And in some cases, you know, they are not the parents".

Gastelum said he has met with American officials who "agreed to hurry up their documentation and process of doing what they have to do" to process the migrants' applications.

The events made Mina rethink his family's plan of making it to the US.

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With too many to fit into shelters in a city used to receiving deportees and migrants, the caravan, which had traveled about 3,000 miles (4,800 km) since mid-October, was ushered into the complex to wait until US and Mexican authorities settled on how to deal with it. "You saw what we did with the military, with the barbed wire and the fencing, and various other things".

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, who leaves office this weekend said in response that Central American migrants were welcome to stay in Mexico.

A migrant mother who was trying to illegally enter the United States while scaling a border fence fell off and was impaled. With US officials processing fewer than 100 claims a day, the wait time for the recent arrivals stands to take months.

More than 40 of the migrants who rushed the border and made it into the US were apprehended Sunday.

U.S. Border Patrol agents near Tijuana, Mexico, faced a choice as they looked out over the chaos at a crowd of migrants that included rock-throwing men as well as barefoot children: Do they respond with force - and, if so, what kind? The incident began with a march to the border that organizers said would be peaceful.

Customs and Border Protection officials said protesters then pushed past the Mexican police barricade, and as they attempted to cross the U.S. border, CBP officials used tear gas to disperse the group - which included families with young children.

"Is it OK to use tear gas on children?" a reporter asked. Trump also said the Mexican government 'wants to see if they can straighten it out'.

'I don't do anything. just for political gain, ' he said.

"We are for strong border security". All of Sinclair's 173 local television stations were required to run the segment, according to reports.

McAleenan said four agents were struck with rocks but were not injured because they were wearing protective gear. He also said the $5 billion would only be for a physical barrier and that "the number is larger for border security". Women and children were among those affected by the use of tear gas, migrants said.

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