Migrant Caravan Dissolves After Receiving Mexican Temporary Visas

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The caravan heading toward the U.S. southern Border, that at one point had 10,000 people, has now dissolved. The caravan broke up because Mexican officials gave temporary visas to the migrants, so they can travel freely in Mexico temporarily. Even though the caravan has broken up, organizers told Fox News that most of the migrants are still heading to the U.S.