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Central American migrants taking part in the "Migrant Via Crucis" caravan which originally planned to reach the US border, look out of a bus window as they arrive at the Casa del Peregrino shelter near the Guadalupe Basilica in Mexico City on April 9, 2018.
The caravan, an annual event held since 2010 and which prompted fury from US President Donald Trump, assembled on the border with Guatemala on March 25 but started breaking up on Thursday in southern Mexico after organizers said it had abandoned its goal of reaching the US border and would end its activities with the rally in Mexico City.
 / AFP PHOTO / Alfredo ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)
Central American migrants taking part in the "Migrant Via Crucis" caravan which originally planned to reach the US border, look out of a bus window as they arrive at the Casa del Peregrino shelter near the Guadalupe Basilica in Mexico City on April 9, 2018.
The caravan, an annual event held since 2010 and which prompted fury from US President Donald Trump, assembled on the border with Guatemala on March 25 but started breaking up on Thursday in southern Mexico after organizers said it had abandoned its goal of reaching the US border and would end its activities with the rally in Mexico City.
 / AFP PHOTO / Alfredo ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)

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