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Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
The number of people applying for asylum in Mexico has soared by more than 150 percent since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.
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May 05, 2017
Concepcion Bautista, 39, from Guatemala poses for a photograph with her newborn baby and her son at a...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Concepcion Bautista, 39, from Guatemala poses for a photograph with her newborn baby and her son at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. Bautista fled Guatemala after gang members threatened to kill her and seized her home, demanding money to give it back. Her ultimate goal is to reunite with her father and two sons up north, but for the time being, she believes applying for asylum in Mexico is smarter than trying to break into Trump's United States. "I'm not going back to Guatemala," she said. "I have faith that we'll be able to cross but for now, at least, I'm staying in Mexico." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
People walk near the border between Mexico and Guatemala in Ceibo, on the outskirts of Tenosique, Tabasco,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
People walk near the border between Mexico and Guatemala in Ceibo, on the outskirts of Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. The Trump administration has pointed to a sharp decline in immigrant detentions in the first few months of this year as a vindication for the president's tough immigration policies, which have sent shudders through immigrant communities across the continent. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Migrants walk after crossing into Mexico, near the border between Mexico and Guatemala in Tenosique,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Migrants walk after crossing into Mexico, near the border between Mexico and Guatemala in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. Mexican asylum data and testimony from migrants in Tenosique suggest that although fewer Central Americans are trying to enter the United States, plenty are still fleeing their poor, violent home countries, with many deciding to stay longer in Mexico, which has traditionally been a transit country. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Migrants from Central America play cards at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Migrants from Central America play cards at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 10, 2017. Between Trump's election in November and March, 5421 people applied for asylum in Mexico, up from 2148 people in the same period a year earlier, Mexican government data shows. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Migrants from Central America eat inside a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Migrants from Central America eat inside a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. Asylum applications in Mexico rose steadily in recent years as the flow of people leaving Central America increased. But in 2016, as Trump campaigned on a tough anti-immigration platform, applicants jumped to 8,781, up from just under 3,500 in 2015. Mexico's refugee agency COMAR predicts it could receive more than 22,500 asylum applications in 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Edith Torres, 18, from Honduras stands with her newborn baby at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Edith Torres, 18, from Honduras stands with her newborn baby at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico April 12, 2017. "I left Honduras for a better future whether it's in Mexico or in the United States. In Honduras it's very difficult," Torres said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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May 05, 2017
Welquin Rivera, 34, from Honduras talks on a mobile phone at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Welquin Rivera, 34, from Honduras talks on a mobile phone at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico April 10, 2017. Rivera was deported from the United States back to his homeland four moths ago. Now he is trying to go back to the States to be reunited with his four children. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Edith Torres, 18, from Honduras poses for a photograph with her newborn baby at a migrant shelter, known...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Edith Torres, 18, from Honduras poses for a photograph with her newborn baby at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "I left Honduras for a better future whether it's in Mexico or in the United States. In Honduras it's very difficult," Torres said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
A woman from El Salvador, 40, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A woman from El Salvador, 40, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in Mexico, poses for a photograph with her children at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "I left our home in El Salvador because of violence. I already lost one of my children in a shootout. I just want to live in peace with my children in Mexico or in the United States," she said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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May 05, 2017
A woman from Honduras who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in Mexico,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A woman from Honduras who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in Mexico, poses for a photograph with her children at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "I left Honduras because of violence and extortion from gang members," she said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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May 05, 2017
Ale, 34, from Guatemala poses for a photograph with her children, Luis (L) and Maria at a migrant shelter,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Ale, 34, from Guatemala poses for a photograph with her children, Luis (L) and Maria at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "We had a small business in Guatemala and gang members used to extort us. We would like to start over in Mexico or in the United States," said Ale. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
A woman from Honduras, 20, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A woman from Honduras, 20, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in Mexico, poses for a photograph with her daughter at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "Back home it's very dangerous because of the gangs and I have three more children. Mexico is a better opportunity for us," she said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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May 05, 2017
A woman from Honduras, 19, who is pregnant and who didn't want to be identified, poses for a photograph...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A woman from Honduras, 19, who is pregnant and who didn't want to be identified, poses for a photograph at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "I have three children back home in Honduras. I was part of a gang. I don't want that anymore, I got shot once in the leg. It's very dangerous to live there. I would like to go to the United States and take my children with me," she said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
A woman from Honduras, 40, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A woman from Honduras, 40, who didn't want to be identified and who is hoping to get refugee status in Mexico, poses for a photograph with her children at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 12, 2017. "I left Honduras because of violence, threats and extortion. I was tired working really hard and giving my money to the gangs weekly," she said. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
A pair of shoes lie on railway tracks in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
A pair of shoes lie on railway tracks in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Swings hang at a park in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Swings hang at a park in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Vehicles cross railway tracks in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Vehicles cross railway tracks in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Guatemalans wait to cross into Mexico at the border between Mexico and Guatemala on the outskirts of...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Guatemalans wait to cross into Mexico at the border between Mexico and Guatemala on the outskirts of Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Men fish on the banks of the Usumacinta River in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Men fish on the banks of the Usumacinta River in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Mobile phones are seen at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 10,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Mobile phones are seen at a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Migrants from Central America play football inside a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique,...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Migrants from Central America play football inside a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Amanda stands by her house in La Palma, Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. Amanda hosts migrants...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Amanda stands by her house in La Palma, Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. Amanda hosts migrants and provides them with food and a place to sleep for free so they can continue their journey. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Adalberto Rodriguez, 58, from Honduras crosses into Mexico on his way to the United States, near the...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Adalberto Rodriguez, 58, from Honduras crosses into Mexico on his way to the United States, near the border between Mexico and Guatemala in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRAL AMERICA
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May 05, 2017
Migrants rest on the floor of a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April...
TENOSIQUE, Mexico
The Wider Image: Spooked by Trump, migrants turn to Mexico
Migrants rest on the floor of a migrant shelter, known as The 72, in Tenosique, Tabasco, Mexico, April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
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