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Border crossings start to rise in spite of 'Trump effect'

MISSION, Texas (AP) — Felicita Villagran Villeda and her 15-year-old son sat on a dirt road next to the Rio Grande passing a plastic water jug back and forth, trying to catch their breath as the Texas sun bore down on them overhead. Border Patrol agents in green uniforms stood nearby, waiting to take them in. Agents patrolling the river forming the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas say they're starting to see more people like the Guatemalan mother and son who had fled their native country two weeks earlier.
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