Yesterday, we covered a report in the Washington Post about a reported agreement reached between the incoming government of Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the Trump administration to have Mexico keep asylum-seekers on their side of the border until their cases are processed by USA immigration officials.
Thousands of additional migrants are also expected to arrive in Tijuana.
Mexico should deport migrants trying to enter the U.S. back to their home nations, Donald Trump has said, adding that many members of the so-called caravan were criminals and that the United States would permanently seal its border if needed. If they agreed to the "Remain in Mexico" policy, those caravan members - and nearly certainly many thousands more who are on their way to the US - would have to be cared for in Mexico while they await the outcome of their asylum requests.
A small group broke off and headed a few hundred feet away to a part of a canal between Tijuana and San Diego that led to the border fence.
Mexican authorities said they would deport anyone who tried to cross illegally.
Some of the migrants are believed to have been participating in the protest on the Mexican side.
"Children screamed and coughed".
Hundreds of migrants approaching the California border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after several tried to make it past fencing and wire separating the two countries.
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The dramatic incident Sunday took place only three days after US President Trump threatened to close the "whole border" with Mexico if "it gets to a level where we're going to lose control or people are going to start getting hurt".
More demonstrations were planned on Sunday at San Ysidro, the busiest land port of entry in the Western Hemisphere, according to the US General Services Administration.
The busiest USA border crossing is open again this morning, after a confrontation forced it to close temporarily Sunday, as frustration among thousands of migrants upset by the slow pace of the US asylum process boiled over.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has defended its decision to use tear gas, claiming that some migrants with the group had thrown projectiles across the border, hitting several agents. "We want to see if they'll give us permission to go to the USA", she said. The migrants in that episode also reportedly threw rocks and bottles at US authorities. Every day more than 100,000 people enter the USA there.
Videos posted on Twitter showed large numbers of migrants dashing across a shallow concrete waterway towards the border. "We will close the Border permanently if need be".
Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday that it "Would be very SMART if Mexico would stop the Caravans long before they get to our Southern Border, or if originating countries would not let them form".
"We ran", a 23-year old Honduran woman told the Associated Press, "but when you run the gas asphyxiates you more".