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More Central American migrants breached the American border Tuesday, following the arrival a fortnight ago of a caravan of migrants in the Mexican town of Tijuana.

A previous attempt by a larger group of migrants to jump over the border wall was met with tear gas, sending women and children running back to the Mexican side.

"We have a challenging and still potentially volatile situation in Tijuana". We've got over 7,000 migrants there.

On a typical day before the caravan arrived in Tijuana, U.S. border patrol agents in the San Diego area detained about 120 or so people trying to cross the border illegally from Mexico.

This is in large part because the caravan organizers promised them they could get into the USA and stay there as their asylum case was heard.

And, as one news report noted, the migrants are watching to see what we do: fold, or remain strong and keep them out.

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Last week the mayor sent a deputy to Mexico City to petition the United Nations Human Rights Ombudsman and High Commissioner for Refugees to assist the migrants.

The family, which hailed from Guatemala, managed to scale the barrier on Monday near the San Luis Port, in Arizona, along the 27-mile Yuma Sector of the border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said in a statement. More than 3,600 people were apprehended in the month of October. "The further we are from the border, the less options we have to do our paperwork".

Frustrated with the long wait to apply, with the US processing 100 requests at most each day, some migrants are trying to cross over clandestinely.

Also Saturday, in one of his first acts in office, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador signed an agreement with his counterparts from three Central American countries to establish a development plan to stem the flow of migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. "That's a $2.5 billion business of exploitation and we've got to stop it".

"Since that caravan formed in mid-October, we've seen 90,000 people come to our border, 85 percent of those crossing illegally between ports of entry, and all lured by the fact that our legal framework has huge gaps that create the opportunity to stay in the USA while awaiting your court hearing, even if they don't have a lawful permission or protection claim".

The group was observed coming down on the U.S. side of the wall by a Border Patrol camera operator. Numerous migrants have taken to camping on its flat rooftop.