In a Texas border town, migrants subjected to Trump’s hardline approach are enduring appalling conditions

For three days and nights, Maria and her 14-year-old son were penned behind barbed wire, under a bridge in El Paso. Cold, hungry, surrounded by sick and crying babies and with only the stony ground for a bed, her first experience of America was not as she had imagined.

Related: The small Texas town where Trump’s wall will destroy families and livelihoods

Continue reading…

Read More Under the bridge: migrants held in El Paso tell of dust, cold and hunger

Facebook Comments