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  • thousands of migrants from Central America are gathering in Guatemala for an expected to push north towards the United States.

  • Mexican border forces are alert for their arrival.

  • It's thought the migrants are hoping Joe Biden's incoming administration will be less tough on migration than the current one determined not to stop until they reach the U.

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  • This group of several 1000 Honduran migrants now in Guatemala have been walking for weeks.

  • Some of them clashed with Guatemalan police as authorities tried to push them back towards the border, but with little effect.

  • Escaping an economy battered by the pandemic, gang violence and hurricanes.

  • They're seeking a better life in the north way, going after the American dream, because in our country there's no jobs, there's a lot of crime and you cannot make a living.

  • Our house was swept away by hurricanes.

  • He welcomed Iota See you all.

  • With the new US administration being sworn in next week and Joe Biden promising a more humane approach to immigration, thes travelers are hopeful.

  • First I'll find a job in the US We think about our families and want to help those who helped us.

  • Mexican authorities have deployed 500 officers to the border.

  • An agreement with the US stops them letting migrants through.

  • But like so many before them, the people here see no alternative but to keep pushing on.

thousands of migrants from Central America are gathering in Guatemala for an expected to push north towards the United States.

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