Central American migrants climbed over a border fence in Tee-you-ana as many grow restless in shelters south of the border to get their asylum claims to U.S. authorities.
A series of fences dot the international borderline between Mexico and the U.S.
Mexican officials have said as many as 1,000 individuals from the caravan of Central American migrants have hopped or otherwise skirted fences to reach the U.S. since they arrived to the border city of Tijuana.
U.S. President Donald Trump has sought to make it harder to get asylum, claiming criminals are amongst the migrant group. But a federal court has placed a temporary restraining order on his policy that only permitted asylum claims made at official ports of entry.
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