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Mexican women feed migrants fleeing on "The Beast"


A group of Mexican women known as "Las Patronas" cook every day and distribute food and water to hungry Latin American migrants who pass through Mexico to reach the United States on the lethal freight train known as "The Beast."

Added on the 15/08/2018 16:04:36 - Copyright : AFP EN

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