Sasabe (Mexico) (AFP) - Migrants trying to sneak into the United States from the parched Mexican desert have to contend with border guards' drones overhead, poisonous snakes underfoot and human trafficking gangs at their backs.
But these challenges are nothing compared to their bigger fear: that someday soon, US President-elect Donald Trump will build a wall to keep them out altogether.
So before Trump takes office on Friday, they are racing against time, riding a freight train up to the border to look for a way across.
In the town of Caborca near the frontier, a group of Hondurans warm themselves by a fire of trash in the early morning cold. ...