Some 400 migrants leave in caravan to the U.S. from northern Honduras

The migrants left on foot from the main bus terminal in San Pedro Sula, with an extended flag of their country in blue and white and singing the national anthem.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of some 400 Honduran migrants left Tuesday, March 30, for the Corinto point, bordering Guatemala, as part of a caravan heading towards the United States, despite the risks of the journey and the measures announced by Guatemalan authorities to contain the mobilization.

The migrants left on foot from the Gran Central Metropolitana, the main bus terminal in San Pedro Sula, north of the country, the second-largest Honduran city, with an extended flag of their country in blue and white and singing the national anthem.

The group gathered Monday night at the bus terminal . . .

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