Hundreds of migrants again came over from Juarez, Mexico, into El Paso, Texas, on Wednesday and were escorted by U.S. Border Patrol agents to waiting buses for processing. The new arrivals come as local authorities in El Paso are scrambling to get migrants released from immigration custody out of the streets of Downtown, where some, including families with small children, have endured rainstorms inside tents donated by the public.
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The Mexican side of the Rio Grande looked devoid of activity on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023, unlike what was going on in South Texas and Southern Arizona. Only a small group of six migrants was observed crossing the river and surrendering to U.S. Border Patrol Tuesday afternoon.