Mexico: Honduran migrants demand buses to ease journey to US border

Honduran migrants marched through the streets of Mexico City on Thursday, demanding the UN to provide buses for transporation of the 'migrant caravan' advancing to the southern US border. «We are condemned to the United Nations Organisation,» Honduran journalist Milton Benitez said, demanding buses form the UN to stop the humanitarian crisis the travelling migrants are facing. Arturo Peimbert... Еще Calvo from the Oaxaca Human Rights organisation said that his colleagues 'have recovered testimonies» from the migrants, revealing the existence of organised crime taking advantage of the migrants in the Mexican municipalities of the «City of Isla and Tierra Blanca.» The migrants, mostly fleeing violence and poverty, have been travelling for almost a month after the group first formed in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The caravan must still travel around 965 kilometres (600 miles) to reach their intended destination of the southern US border.

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