They evacuated a makeshift camp in Ciudad Juárez where Venezuelan migrants had been waiting for more than a month to cross into the United States.

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Mexican authorities evacuated a makeshift camp for Venezuelan migrants on the banks of the Rio Grande in Ciudad Juarez on Sunday.

Hundreds of tents were set up along the border between Mexico and the United States to house migrants seeking to reach American soil.

image source, Reuters

image source, Reuters

According to the local press, the reason for the eviction decision Fire hazard For Mexico’s state civil defense, the migrants had fires burning near their tents to beat the cold.

But it is not an easy process as seen in agency films. Tents were set on fire, some were injured and clashes erupted between migrants and police officers.

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