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A fire burns behind makeshift tents used by asylum-seekers in Samos Island Greece. Greek authorities are evacuating the camp where the large fire broke out following clashes between residents.

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In this photo provided by attorney Jessica K. Miles, Gurjant Singh, left, stands with Ajay Kumar outside an immigration processing office in El Paso, Texas. The pair refused meals starting on July 8 for more than 70 days while in immigration detention. They agreed to start eating on Sept. 21 after Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials agreed to release them following a legal battle and force-feeding, according to their lawyers. Singh was released on Sept. 30, a few days after Kumar.

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Migrants and refugees stand next to burning house containers at the Moria refugee camp, on the northeastern Aegean island of Lesbos, Greece. Migrants protesting at an overcrowded camp on the Greek island of Lesbos set fires and clashed with police, authorities said. Police and local authorities said there were unconfirmed reports of two fatalities at the Moria camp.

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Pope Francis unveils a sculpture on the occasion of the Migrant and Refugee World Day, in St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican.

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Women and children sit on a rescue boat some 53 nautical miles (98 kilometers) from the coast of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea. The humanitarian rescue ship Ocean Viking pulled 48 people from a small and overcrowded wooden boat including a newborn and a pregnant woman.

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Migrants are transferred onto a dinghy from a 14-meter sailboat Josefa, run by the group Resqship, after being rescued near the Bouri Oil Fields, to be taken onto the humanitarian ship Ocean Viking, in the Mediterranean Sea. Thirty-four migrants including women and the small child who were rescued by the German sailboat have been successfully taken aboard the humanitarian ship in international waters north of Libya despite a thunderstorm.

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Migrants onboard the Open Arms vessel celebrate the news of an Italian prosecutor who has ordered that the migrants be disembarked on the island of Lampedusa, southern Italy. At least 15 more migrants jumped into the sea Tuesday from the Open Arms rescue ship in desperate bids to reach the shores of Italy after 19 days of being on the boat in deteriorating conditions as Italy refuses to open its ports.

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The Open Arms rescue ship arrives on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy.

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The Open Arms rescue ship arrives on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, southern Italy. Italian prosecutor Luigi Patronaggio has ordered the seizure of a migrant rescue ship and the immediate evacuation of more than 80 migrants remaining on board, capping dramatic developments that saw 15 migrants jump into the sea in a desperate bid to reach land and the Spanish government dispatch a Naval ship on a long journey to resolve the escalating crisis.

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In this photo released by the SOS Mediterranee rescue team distributes life-jackets to men, women and children on a rubber boat in distress off Libya, before taking them onboard the Ocean Viking rescue ship. Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who has triggered a government crisis in Italy, said he is preparing to sign a ban on the ship's entry into Italian waters.

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People at an NGO-run NRC help-desk

Photograph by Sandipan Chatterjee

Habibur Rahman holds on to a sheaf of land documents that could earn his family a place in the NRC

Photograph by Surajit Sharma

Migrants who where lodging at the AMAR migrant shelter get ready for a trip to the border in the Pastor’s vehicle, to apply for asylum in the United States side, from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Asylum-seekers grappled to understand what a new U.S. policy that all but eliminates refugee claims by Central Americans and many others meant for their bids to find a better life in America amid a chaos of rumors, confusion and fear.

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Central American migrants prepare to board a bus as they voluntarily return to their countries, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Dozens of Central Americans who had been returned to the border city of Juarez to await the outcome of their U.S. asylum claims are being bused back to their countries by Mexican authorities, a first for that size group of people in the program commonly known as, remain in Mexico.

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Madhubala Mandal spent nearly three years in a detention centre

Photograph by Surajit Sharma

The bodies of El Salvadoran migrant Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramírez, 25, and his nearly two-year-old daughter Valeria, are placed into a funeral home van at the morgue in Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, Mexico. The pair drowned while trying to cross the Rio Grande to Brownsville, Texas. Martinez's wife Tania Vanessa Avalos, 21, survived.

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Migrants from Central America, the Caribbean, South America, and Africa line up for a meal donated by volunteers from the U.S., at the foot of the Puerta Mexico bridge that crosses to Brownsville, Texas, in downtown Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, Mexico. Hundreds of migrants, some of whom have been in line for months, are awaiting their turn to request asylum in the U.S.

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Rosa Ramirez sobs as she shows journalists toys that belonged to her nearly 2-year-old granddaughter Valeria in her home in San Martin, El Salvador. The drowned bodies of Ramirez's son, 25-year-old Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez, and his daughter were located Monday morning on the banks of the Rio Grande, a day after the pair were swept away by the current when the young family tried to cross the river to Brownsville, Texas. Her daughter-in-law Tania Vanessa Avalos, 21, survived.

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The bodies of Salvadoran migrant Oscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his nearly 2-year-old daughter Valeria lie on the bank of the Rio Grande in Matamoros, Mexico after they drowned trying to cross the river to Brownsville, Texas.

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The bodies of Salvadoran migrant Oscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his nearly 2-year-old daughter Valeria lie on the bank of the Rio Grande in Matamoros, Mexico after they drowned trying to cross the river to Brownsville, Texas. Martinez' wife, Tania told Mexican authorities she watched her husband and child disappear in the strong current. This photograph was first published in the Mexican newspaper La Jornada.

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Central American migrants rest on discarded rail tracks as they wait for a train heading north, in Arriaga, Mexico. Mexican authorities are reinforcing efforts to deter Central Americans and others from crossing the country to reach the United States, detaining migrants in the south and stationing National Guardsmen along the Rio Grande in the north.

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A Mexican Marine orders a group of migrants from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan off a bus at an immigration checkpoint known as Viva Mexico, near Tapachula, Mexico. Mexico's foreign minister says that the country has completed its deployment of some 6,000 National Guard members to help control the flow of Central American migrants headed toward the U.S.

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A group of more than a dozen Honduran migrants ride a raft across the Suchiate river after between Tecun Uman, Guatemala, top, and Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico. Raftsmen and riverfront business operators said the flow of migrants through the crossing has slowed since the announcement a few days ago that Mexico's new National Guard would be deploying to the border.

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Rohingya sits on a beach at Rawi island in Satun province Southern of Thailand. Thai officials say they have discovered 65 ethnic Rohingya Muslim refugees who were shipwrecked and stranded in southern Thailand.

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Medical personnel on board of the Cigala Fulgosi Italian Navy ship carry a rescued child as the ship approaches the harbor in Genoa, Italy. An Italian navy ship docked in the northern port city of Genoa carrying 100 migrants who were picked up from the Mediterranean Sea, where the number of migrant crossings has picked up in recent weeks.

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A Central American migrant is detained by Mexican immigration agents on the highway to Pijijiapan, Mexico

AP Photo/Moises Castillo

Children cry after police used tear gas during clashes outside a refugee camp in the village of Diavata, west of Thessaloniki, northern Greece.

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A migrant shouts during a protest outside a refugee camp in the village of Diavata, west of Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Clashes broke out between migrants and Greek police outside a camp in northern Greece, where hundreds gathered in the hope of reviving a route that saw hundreds of thousands enter more prosperous countries in Europe.

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Migrants clash with riot police during a rally outside a refugee camp in the village of Diavata, west of Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Clashes broke out between migrants and Greek police outside a camp in northern Greece, where hundreds gathered following anonymous social media calls for a long trek through heavily guarded Balkan borders to seek asylum in Europe's prosperous heartland.

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Children of migrants offer flowers to riot police during a rally outside a refugee camp in the village of Diavata, west of Thessaloniki, northern Greece. About 300 migrants from various parts of Greece gathered outside the Diavata camp, in response to an anonymous posting on social media that urged migrants trapped in Greece to go to the border with North Macedonia and try to push their way through _ with a view to crossing a series of sealed Balkan borders and reaching Europe's prosperous heartland.

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Handprints are seen on a accommodation container at a facility for migrants in Usivak, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Thousands of migrants have been stuck in Bosnia as they seek to move on toward Western Europe. Migrants mostly travel illegally with the help of people smugglers.

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Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie addresses a press conference at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Nearly 700,000 Rohingya, a persecuted Muslim minority in Myanmar, are living in refugee camps in coastal Cox's Bazar after fleeing their villages following a military crackdown.

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Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie visits the Red Cross field hospital at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Nearly 700,000 Rohingya, a persecuted Muslim minority in Myanmar, are living in refugee camps in coastal Cox's Bazar after fleeing their villages following a military crackdown.

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Rohingya Muslims who were stranded on the India-Bangladesh border for three days, seen at a police station in Karimganj district.

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Rohingya Muslims, who were arrested from Churaibari village near the Tripura border, being taken to the district court from a police station in Karimganj district. The police arrested 30 Rohingyas on Monday night.

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A Honduran migrant shows a processing bracelet given by the Mexican migration authorities in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas State, Mexico. Hundreds of Central American migrants are walking and hitchhiking through the region as part of a new caravan of migrants hoping to reach the United States.

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Honduran migrants walk along the roadside through Esquipulas, Guatemala, as they make their way toward the U.S. border. The latest caravan of Honduran migrants hoping to reach the U.S. has crossed into Guatemala.

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U.S.-bound migrants walk along the roadside as they leave San Pedro Sula, Honduras, at dawn. Yet another caravan of Central American migrants set out overnight from Honduras, seeking to reach the U.S. border, following the same route as thousands on at least three caravans last year.

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Syrian refugee's tents are reflected in a pool of rain water at a refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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Syrian refugees use a floating piece of wood to move around after heavy rain caused flooding at a refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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A Syrian refugee hangs clothes to dry at a flooded refugee camp in the town of Bar Elias, in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. A storm that battered Lebanon for five days has displaced many Syrian refugees after their tents got flooded with water or destroyed by snow.

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Migrants run as tear gas is thrown by U.S. Border Protection officers to the Mexican side of the border fence after they climbed the fence to get to San Diego, Calif., from Tijuana, Mexico.

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A migrant jumps the border fence to get into the U.S. side to San Diego, California, from Tijuana, Mexico.

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A U.S. Border Protection officer stands under the rain as he watches the border fence between the U.S. side and San Diego, California, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

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Dark clouds hang over an informal camp for Syrian refugees, in the eastern Bekaa Valley town of Kab Elias, Lebanon. Temperatures in Bekaa valley took a dip reaching Zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit).

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A migrant family from Honduras climb over the border fence inside the United States from Tijuana, Mexico, in the presence of the border patrol. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves into border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

Migrants run after crossing the border fence through a hole to enter the United States to San Diego, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves into border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

A Honduran family climbs the border fence in hopes to enter the United States to San Diego, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves into border patrol agents.

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This image provided by the Marine Nationale (French Navy) shows migrants aboard a rubber boat after being intercepted by French authorities, off the port of Calais, northern France. French authorities have rescued eight migrants, including two children, whose engine failed as they tried to sneak across the English Channel to Britain.

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A couple of Honduran migrants kiss outside of a tent in the morning while a man gets a shave, foreground, inside an empty warehouse that opened its doors to migrants in downtown Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

An Honduran migrant climbs the U.S. border fence to jump inside the United States to San Diego, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

A couple of Honduran migrants climb to the top of the U.S. border fence to look inside the United States to San Diego, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

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A Honduran migrant walks inside the United States after jumping the U.S. border fence as seen from a hole on the border fence in Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

A Honduran migrant grabs his son as they climb the U.S. border fence before jumping into the U.S. to San Diego, California, from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

A Honduran youth jumps from the U.S. border fence in Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza

Protestors face off against the police during an anti-migrant demonstration outside of EU headquarters in Brussels. Police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse demonstrators around the European Union headquarters at the end of a march to protest the adoption of a U.N. migration pact.

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Protestors grab objects to throw toward the police during an anti-migrant demonstration outside of EU headquarters in Brussels.

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Honduran migrants help each other to cross over the U.S. border wall to San Diego, California, from Tijuana, Mexico.

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Rise and Resist activist protest President Trump's immigration policies outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York.

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Rise and Resist activist protest President Trump's immigration policies outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower, in New York.

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A migrant is taken into custody by U.S. Border Patrol agents after crossing the U.S. border wall into San Diego, California, seen from Tijuana, Mexico.

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An installation depicting migrants is placed at the entrance of the UN Migration Conference in Marrakech, Morocco. Top U.N. officials and government leaders from about 150 countries are uniting around an agreement on migration, while finding themselves on the defensive about the non-binding deal amid criticism and a walkout from the United States and some other countries.

AP Photo/Mosa'ab Elshamy

Immigrant rights activists are arrested by border patrol agents during a protest at the border wall in San Diego, California.

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U.S. Border Patrol agents make arrests during a pro-migration protest by members of various faith groups showing support for Central American asylum-seekers who arrived in recent caravans and calling for an end to migrant detentions and deportations, in San Diego as seen through the border fence from Tijuana, Mexico. Dozens of protestors were arrested for trespassing as they tried to approach the border wall, and one person for assaulting an officer.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Honduran migrant Helda Lainez, 38, is helped by Mexican first responders after falling from the U.S. border wall and hurting her ankle while trying to cross, in Tijuana, Mexico. After falling, Lainez was unable to make it over the wall, and her 3-year-old and 1-year-old children who had crossed before her were taken into custody by the Border Patrol.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

A Honduran migrant and her daughter peer through the U.S. border wall, moments before suddenly squeezing through a gap and pushing through fencing to exit on the U.S. side, in Tijuana, Mexico.

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Workers add new sections to the U.S. border wall, seen from Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall illegally and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Honduran migrant Jonatan Matamoros Flores, 33, who arrived in October with a migrant caravan, climbs the U.S. border wall to stand atop it before returning to the Mexican side in Tijuana, Mexico. U.S. inspectors at the main border crossing in San Diego are processing up to about 100 asylum claims day, leaving thousands of migrants waiting in Tijuana, while some are avoiding the wait by crossing illegally to turn themselves in.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Migrant family members move into a hole to cross under the U.S. border wall, aided by two local guides, in Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall illegally and hand themselves in to Border Patrol agents to request asylum.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

A Honduran migrant crawls through a hole under the U.S. border fence in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico. Discouraged by the long wait to apply for asylum through official ports of entry, many Central American migrants from recent caravans are choosing to cross the U.S. border wall and hand themselves in to border patrol agents.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Three-year-old Honduran migrant Charlot Andrea looks back toward her grandmother and step-grandfather in Mexico from atop a rise in San Ysidro, California after she and her mother Rachel Rivera, 19, holding her hand, crossed under the U.S. border wall through a hole, as they plan to surrender to the U.S. border patrol and request asylum, seen from Playas de Tijuana, Mexico. Weeping as she stayed behind in Tijuana with her Mexican husband, the little girl's grandmother Yesenia said her daughter and granddaughter joined the migrant caravan to flee an abusive husband back in Honduras.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

A sick migrant from Egypt is given medical treatment on the deck of the Nuestra Madre de Loreto Spanish fishing vessel carrying 12 migrants rescued off the coast of Libya. Meanwhile, Spanish officials say they have rescued about 650 migrants from 16 boats crossing the Mediterranean from North Africa to Europe finding one dead woman among them.

AP Photo/Javier Fergo

A Honduran migrant climbs the border wall separating Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, before crossing to the U.S with his son in Tijuana, Mexico. Aid workers and humanitarian organizations expressed concerns Thursday about the unsanitary conditions at the sports complex in Tijuana where more than 6,000 Central American migrants are packed into a space adequate for half that many people and where lice infestations and respiratory infections are rampant.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Rescuers hold a Honduran migrant who tried to cross the U.S. border by the sea in Tijuana beach, Mexico.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

People headed across the U.S. border walk up a ramp at the El Chaparral pedestrian border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Brittany Rios, of Honduras, center, carries stuffed animals in a wicker basket as her family leaves a shelter for members of the Central American migrant caravan in Tijuana, Mexico. Authorities in Tijuana said they have begun moving Central American migrants from an overcrowded shelter on the border to an events hall further away.

AP Photo/Gregory Bull

A U.S. Border Patrol agent pats down Honduran migrants after they crossed onto U.S territory from Tijuana, Mexico. Thousands of migrants who traveled via a caravan members want to seek asylum in the U.S. but may have to wait months because the U.S. government only processes about 100 of those cases a day at the San Ysidro border crossing in San Diego.

AP Photo/Felix Marquez

A woman searches a shower and rain flooded area for a toilet in acceptable condition at a sports complex sheltering thousands of Central Americans hoping to enter the U.S., in Tijuana, Mexico. Aid workers and humanitarian organizations expressed concerns Thursday about the unsanitary conditions at the sports complex in Tijuana where more than 6,000 Central American migrants are packed into a space adequate for half that many people and where lice infestations and respiratory infections are rampant.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

A group of migrants moves through a forest on the Pljesevica Mountain in a attempt to illegally cross the border into Croatia, in Bihac, Bosnia.

AP Photo/Amel Emric

A group of migrants moves through a forest on the Pljesevica Mountain in a attempt to illegally cross the border into Croatia, in Bihac, Bosnia. Braving cold weather and snow, dozens of migrants headed from Bosnia up a steep mountain pass hoping to reach neighbouring European Union member Croatia.

AP Photo/Amel Emric

A migrant rests inside a blanket cocoon tied to keep him from rolling off the spectator stands while sleeping, at a sports complex where more than 5,000 Central American migrants are sheltering in Tijuana, Mexico. As Mexico wrestles with what to do with the thousands of people camped out in the border city of Tijuana, President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government signaled that it would be willing to house the migrants on Mexican soil while they apply for asylum in the United States, a key demand of U.S. President Donald Trump.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

This image provided by the Gendarmerie Maritime (French Coast Guard) shows migrants aboard a boat after being intercepted by French authorities, off the port of Dunkirk, northern France. French and British maritime authorities have pulled 18 migrants in two small boats from the English Channel as they tried to get to Britain, the latest of several recent rescues.

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A Central American migrant is stopped by U.S. agents who order him to go back to the Mexican side of the border, after a group of migrants got past Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico at the border with San Ysidro, California.

AP Photo/Pedro Acosta

Migrants push past Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the United States.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

A Honduran migrant converses with U.S border agents on the other side of razor wire after they fired tear gas at migrants pressuring to cross into the U.S. from Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Migrants walk up a riverbank at the Mexico-U.S. border after pushing past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Migrants in Mexico stand amid tear gas launched by U.S. agents at the border with the U.S., right of fence, after a group of migrants pushed past Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Migrants from Central America yell through a border wall at a U.S. Border Patrol agent after he pulled down a banner in San Diego. Migrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.

AP Photo/Gregory Bull

A migrant runs from tear gas launched by U.S. agents, amid members of the press covering the Mexico-U.S. border, after a group of migrants got past Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

Migrants peer through the border wall after pushing past Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

A migrant waves an Honduran flag as U.S. border agents stand guard at the Mexico-U.S. border, seen from Tijuana, Mexico as a group of migrants tries to reach the U.S.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

Migrants gather at the Mexico-U.S. border after getting past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S.

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Migrants along the river at the Mexico-U.S. border after getting past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S. The mayor of Tijuana has declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city and says that he has asked the United Nations for aid to deal with the approximately 5,000 Central American migrants who have arrived in the city.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

Migrants walk across a riverbank at the Mexico-U.S. border after getting past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

Migrants run from tear gas launched by U.S. agents, amid photojournalists covering the Mexico-U.S. border, after a group of migrants got past Mexican police at the Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd

Migrants move up a riverbank at the Mexico-U.S. border after getting past a line of Mexican police at the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico as they try to reach the U.S.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

A Honduran migrant lies on the riverbank as Mexican police move away from tear gas fired by U.S. agents at the Mexico-U.S. border in Tijuana, Mexico as a group of migrants try to pressure their way into the U.S.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Honduran migrant Janet Zuniga holds her five-month-old son Linder, as he receives medical treatment outside a shelter in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Gregory Bull

A migrant carries a child past Mexican police who stand guard outside the Benito Juarez Sports Center which is serving as a shelter for migrants in Tijuana, Mexico. The mayor of Tijuana has declared a humanitarian crisis in his border city and says that he has asked the United Nations for aid to deal with thousands of Central American migrants who have arrived.

AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa

Omar Angel, of Honduras, fills out paper work to return home with the International Organization of Migration, in front of the shelter housing members of the migrant caravan in Tijuana, Mexico.

AP Photo/Gregory Bull

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