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As a Central American caravan reaches Mexico, migrants face tough choices




A migrant -alongside other Central Americans taking part in a caravan called
A migrant -alongside other Central Americans taking part in a caravan called "Migrant Viacrucis" towards the United States- holds a Guatemalan national flag during a march to protest against US President Donald Trump's policies in Matias Romero, Oaxaca State, Mexico, on April 3, 2018.
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A caravan of migrants is moving from Central America through Mexico, and some of them have to make life-changing decisions.

They can either stay in Mexico, or take their chances at the U.S. border, possibly facing the National Guard.

Delphine Schrank is Reuters' chief correspondent for Mexico and Central America.

She’s been talking to people from the caravan and is on location in Mexico City, reporting on how their faring on the trek.