Mexico City, Mexico. 8th November, 2018. Portrait of Norma, 22, a Honduran migrant at the Jesus Martinez stadium in Mexico City, Mexico. Norma joined the caravan in Tapachula, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, where she had been living for three years with her husband, who is Mexican and in the military. She is travelling with her parents and 5 cousins, they want to reach the United States. Norma is four months pregnant and left behind two daughters, a one-year-old in Chiapas and a five-year-old, in Honduras. “You just can’t live in Honduras. Credit: Benedicte Desrus/Alamy Live News

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Mexico City, Mexico. 8th November, 2018. Portrait of Norma, 22, a Honduran migrant at the Jesus Martinez stadium in Mexico City, Mexico. Norma joined the caravan in Tapachula, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, where she had been living for three years with her husband, who is Mexican and in the military. She is travelling with her parents and 5 cousins, they want to reach the United States. Norma is four months pregnant and left behind two daughters, a one-year-old in Chiapas and a five-year-old, in Honduras. “You just can’t live in Honduras. Credit: Benedicte Desrus/Alamy Live News
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Portrait of Norma, 22, a Honduran migrant at the Jesus Martinez stadium in Mexico City, Mexico on November 8, 2018. Norma joined the caravan in Tapachula, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, where she had been living for three years with her husband, who is Mexican and in the military. She is travelling with her parents and 5 cousins, they want to reach the United States. Norma is four months pregnant and left behind two daughters, a one-year-old in Chiapas and a five-year-old, in Honduras. “You just can’t live in Honduras. There’s so much poverty and crime,” she says. Thousands of asylum seekers and migrants from Central America make a stop in Mexico City, after three weeks on the road, in the hopes of reaching the United States. Many of them say they are fleeing persecution, poverty and rampant violence in their home countries of Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador. President Donald Trump has promised that the migrants will not be allowed into the United States, and has ordered thousands of troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent the possibility. Photo by Bénédicte Desrus
Location: Jesus Martinez stadium, Mexico City, Mexico

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