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Hundreds of residents of the border city of Tijuana took to the streets on Sunday (November 18) to protest the massive arrival of Central American migrants waiting to seek asylum in the United States.
With flags and banners and shouting slogans, they demanded the departure of caravan members from the country, accusing them of generating insecurity and violating Mexican laws.
"They are invaders! They are armed! Get out of the country," they shouted as they crowded into an emblematic city roundabout. The protest also involved some residents of the nearby U.S. city of San Diego, California.
Credit: Reuters, The Epoch Times