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Migrants stuck in limbo in Mexico on journey to US

Near the border to Guatemala, the Mexican city of Tapachula is one of the key arrival points for undocumented migrants from Central America traveling north in the hope of reaching the US. DW reporter Aitor Saez met with one family stranded there.

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