A Honduran migrant, part of a caravan trying to reach the us, protects her child as a federal police officer reacts, after some of the migrants stormed the Guatemalan checkpoint to enter Mexico, in Ciudad Hidalgo.
"We obviously are sensitive to the humanitarian situation that we encounter", Gutiérrez said. Some of them talked among themselves. The crowd chanted: "We are not traffickers, we are immigrants (no somos traficantes, somos inmigrantes)!".
A Honduran migrant, part of a caravan trying to reach the USA, cries after others stormed a border checkpoint in Guatemala, in Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, Oct. 19, 2018.
By Thursday, the caravan had dispersed a bit, with the youngest and strongest of the migrants walking ahead together, some boarding buses or trying to hitch rides.
President Trump claims that some of the migrants are hardened criminals and said he'd paid Guatemala to stop them crossing into Mexico. But Mexico has also been keen to show Trump it is working to slow the stream of migrants.
Giron said they had come from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, and that gangs had killed her brother and threatened her.
Pompeo is scheduled to meet Fridaywith Peña Nieto and Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, as well as Lopez Obrador's designated foreign minister, Marcelo Ebrard.
On the Mexican side of the border, a group of about 30 migrants who made it across sang the national anthem of Honduras. Even if it's within his authority as president, he would nearly certainly face stiff resistance, obstruction, and nigh unending court battles over it - much the same response he might expect, say, for deploying the military to enforce a closed border.
The soft-spoken 25-year-old said he was travelling with three friends who made a decision to remain in the caravan, but that for him, the fear of being deported once he reached Mexico was too much.
He predicted that, like the caravan in April, Mexico will respond with measures like granting asylum to some migrants who qualify while deporting others who don't, perhaps not eliminating the caravan entirely but significantly reducing its size before it reaches the USA border.
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They're part of a caravan of thousands of people determined to make it to the United States.
At the very front of the migrant caravan, some managed to break through the final barrier fence into Mexico before being forced back by police. "That would really hurt legal transit between the two countries and manufacturing and trade, which would affect American workers", Selee said.
"They might as well turn back, they're not coming into this country", he told reporters on Friday.
Mexican authorities haven't said whether anyone from the caravan will be permitted to travel to the USA border.
Members of the caravan began arriving in recent days in Ciudad Tecún Umán, a Guatemalan border city, where they slept in migrant shelters and in plazas and parks.
Anyone with a valid visa will be able to enter and move freely.
Dozens of police in riot gear were deployed along the river bank in the town of Ciudad Hidalgo on Mexico's border with Guatemala as hundreds of migrants prepared to cross over from the Guatemalan town of Tecun Uman on the other side.
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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Arizona earlier this month began releasing hundreds of people to await court dates, saying it did not have the capacity to hold an "incredibly high volume" of migrant families showing up at the border.