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Samaritans provide aid for migrants crossing the border in the Arizona desert


Members of the Green Valley-Sahuarita Samaritans patrol the Southern Arizona border in search of migrants traversing the brutal Sonoran Desert on July 14, 2019. The group drives a rescue vehicle full of food, water and medical supplies to assist migrants in the desert and they check up on, and top off water stations that are often vandalized.

Added on the 17/07/2019 23:39:37 - Copyright : AFP EN

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