Mexico disbands migrant caravan that set out for U.S. during Americas Summit

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican immigration authorities disbanded a migrant caravan of at least 7,000 people, the government said Saturday, cutting short the group’s journey, which coincided with the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles. Mexico’s National Institute for Migration (INM) said in a statement it dissolved the caravan by reaching an agreement with its organizers and redirecting people to its INM offices in the Chiapas state. The agency also assisted the migrants with obtaining a document to regularize their stay in the country. The caravan, which migration activists said could be o…

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