Images: A look Inside the Migrant Caravan

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Alejandro Alejandre
Thousands of migrants rested on Sunday night in Tapanatepec, a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico to prepare for a long day on Monday. Men, women and children, like the one pictured here, were expected to travel about 25 miles towards the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.
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Alejandro Alejandre
Thousands of migrants rested on Sunday night in Tapanatepec, a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico to prepare for a long day on Monday. Men, women and children were expected to travel about 25 miles towards the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.
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Alejandro Alejandre
The small town of Tapanatepec, in Oaxaca, Mexico was a stop for thousands of migrants on their journey towards the U.S.-Mexico border where they hoped to seek asylum from what many say is violence in their home countries.
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Alejandro Alejandre
Migrants use their rest time on Sunday to do laundry and shower in the streets of Tapantepec. Many say they are fleeing violence in their home countries, many from Honduras.
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Brevard County Sheriff's Office
Migrants use their rest time on Sunday to do laundry and shower in the streets of Tapantepec. Many say they are fleeing violence in their home countries, many from Honduras.
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Alejandro Alejandre
Migrants are handed water bottles as they rest in Tapantepec. The caravan has roughly 1,000 miles to reach the nearest border crossing at McAllen, Texas. It could take twice as long if they aim for the border at Tijuana-San Diego.
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Alejandro Alejandre
Migrants are handed water bottles as they rest in Tapantepec. The caravan has roughly 1,000 miles to reach the nearest border crossing at McAllen, Texas. It could take twice as long if they aim for the border at Tijuana-San Diego.
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NBC10
NBC 7 and T20 reporter Rigo Villalobos interviews migrants on their journey to the U.S. Mexico border. The migrants said they are scared but, at the same time, there is no going back.
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TELEMUNDO CHICAGO
Thousands of migrants rested on Sunday night in Tapanatepec, a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico to prepare for a long day on Monday. Men, women and children were expected to travel about 25 miles towards the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.
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ARCHIVO/OFICINA DE ADUANAS Y PROTECCIÓN FRONTERIZA
Thousands of migrants rested on Sunday night in Tapanatepec, a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico to prepare for a long day on Monday. Men, women and children were expected to travel about 25 miles towards the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.
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