Rebecca Plevin

reports on immigration for the Desert Sun

Reports on immigration for the Desert Sun

Rebecca Plevin on KCRW

The first wave of migrants in the caravan has started arriving at the border. Authorities in Tijuana say they expect a total of about 3000 to trickle in over the coming days.

Tijuana sees an influx of migrants

The first wave of migrants in the caravan has started arriving at the border. Authorities in Tijuana say they expect a total of about 3000 to trickle in over the coming days.

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