Hungry in overwhelmed Texas town, migrants slip back into Mexico for food and water
Reuters saw hundreds of migrants, mostly Haitians but also Cubans, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans, wading through the Rio Grande and back to Mexico to get supplies that they say they can't get on the American side .
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