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While Border Patrol builds up its fences in San Diego to guard against a national security threat, Central American migrants waiting in Tijuana consider whether the journey was worth the effort.

Central American Migrants In Tijuana Consider If Long Journey Was Worth The Effort

By John Burnett NPR
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