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Struggling Venezuelans put faith in latest Mexico migrant caravan

Hundreds of Venezuelans are in a migrant caravan that departed this week from Mexico’s southern border with Guatemala, according to organizers, just as Mexico is mulling tighter restrictions on their access to the country. Reuters spoke with a dozen Venezuelans who said they had left in the caravan of around 3,000 people from the city of Tapachula on Thursday after fleeing poverty and hardship in their homeland, where elections are due this weekend. Luis Garcia, one of the caravan’s organizers, said Venezuelans made up between 20% and 30% of the group.