. On Mexico’s southern border, the latest migration surge is Haitian « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR/The neatly assembled line of stuffed backpacks stretches more than a mile down the side of a busy two-lane highway outside the southern Mexico city of Tapachula. These are the belongings of hundreds of migrants, mostly from Haiti, trying to save their place in line to board buses that will come and take them to cities further north in Mexico.

But the buses are few and far between. And for the hundreds of migrants camped along the road and at a public park across town, the wait is excruciating.

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