(Zoeann Murphy, Jorge Ribas/The Washington Post)
National
While some migrants worried about separations, others felt seeking asylum was worth the risk
Migrants seeking asylum wait at this McAllen, Tex. bus station en route to other parts of the country. For some, dangerous conditions in their home countries outweighed concerns about family separations. Others waited until the 'zero tolerance' policy ended before crossing the border.
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