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Food and clothes distributed to Haitian migrants encamped on US-Mexico border


Ciudad Acuña, Sep 21 (EFE/EPA).- Volunteers on Tuesday distributed food and clothes to Haitian migrants encamped in Ciudad Acuña, on the US-Mexico border.According to reports more than 14,000 people have crossed the Rio Grande river from Mexico creating a humanitarian crisis. The Biden administration has started to fly the migrants back to Haiti according to federal officials. (Camera: ALLISON DINNER). SHOT LIST: DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD AND CLOTHES TO HAITIAN MIGRANTS, IN CIUDAD ACUÑA, MEXICO.

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