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The government of El Salvador complained Tuesday, insisting both Mexico and the US should have tried to use "dialogue" with the migrants who busted through a police line on the Mexican side, then tore holes in the border fence and attempted to stream through to the U.S.

With heavy rains expected Thursday, Tijuana city officials are planning to open a second shelter for Central American migrants at a former concert hall in the eastern part of the city. Women and children were among those affected by the use of tear gas, migrants said.

If the courts ultimately rule against the program, then he would be willing to negotiate over "border security and everything else", he told Politico.

"Mexico's Milenio television station showed dozens of people climbing the fence on the Mexican side of the border before they were turned back".

Sunday's melee closed one of the world's busiest global crossings, San Ysidro Port of Entry, near San Diego, to vehicle and pedestrian traffic for several hours.

He admitted that feeding the migrants and giving them shelter may encourage others to come to Tijuana, but said it would be worse to have them roaming the streets. Hopefully, they will do what they have to do and we can help them out.

Sotomayor said he hopes migrants who had thought of entering the USA illegally learned from Sunday's events that that won't be possible.

Mexico has offered to consider asylum claims. "They're a lot less rebellious today".

What will be the fate of thousands at the border? "We're better off trying to negotiate that with the president".

They walked more than 4,000 kilometres over five weeks to reach the United States.

Media giant Sinclair Broadcast Group has reportedly released a new "must run" segment that balks at the caravan of migrants attempting to apply for asylum in the USA and applauds us officials for using force against them.

"I thought if it was dark they wouldn't see me, but they're real watchdogs".

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"What are we negotiating with the United States?"

A little after 4 a.m. Wednesday morning, a large white truck pulled up to the Benito Juarez Sports Complex in Tijuana as 57 new migrants climb out to join the more than 6,000 being sheltered here near the San Ysidro U.S. -Mexico Port of Entry. "Yesterday we observed the increase, an increase of asylum requests", she said.

Arlin Gutierrez, 40, travelled here from Honduras with her three young children, and is unsure what to do next. Democratic leaders - including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) - have said they would approve $1.6 billion for the wall, placing the two sides billions of dollars apart as the lame-duck session begins.

"And we're waiting for that".

The growing number of migrants in Tijuana, a city of about 2 million people just south of California, is "a big problem" that "we are not capable of solving", Mayor Juan Manuel Gastélum told CNN. That policy has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.

With the caravan as a backdrop, Trump has used national security powers to circumvent long-standing immigration law to deny asylum to anyone caught crossing the border illegally.

Facing a hostile welcome and little hope, a growing number of migrants have chose to turn back.

In March, Trump said he would never sign another spending bill that did not include a single provision from his 70-point list of pro-American immigration reforms - where a border wall is only the beginning.

On Monday, a line formed outside a tent set up by the International Organisation for Migration where migrants could ask to be sent home voluntarily.

Gastélum had requested assistance from the United Nations on Thursday amid what he described as a humanitarian crisis in Tijuana.

Pineda, who had traveled for nearly a month from the violent northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula with her 6-year-old son, said she had arrived in Tijuana 13 days earlier, feeling unwell.