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Migrant caravans are making their way to the US border — but the journey is far from easy

Imagine you’re 13 years old. You don’t want to sell drugs for a gang, so one of their thugs tries to kill you.

You have no family, so you flee for your life, crossing jungles and rivers on a dangerous 4,000-kilometre journey to find safety.

When you finally arrive, you face American soldiers who’ve been authorised to kill you.

We spent three days with that boy. His name is Daniel and he’s one of perhaps 10,000 people from Central America who’ve arrived at the US border since November.

He can’t go home because the gangsters would likely murder him. And he can’t cross the border because Donald…

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