Migrant camp springs up between the border walls built to keep them out

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On the San Diego border with Mexico, hundreds of people are crowded into a no-man's land, hoping to be let into the United States. New US rules were supposed to end large gatherings of people on the border. But in the past week, the numbers have been growing. Gustavo Solis of KPBS reports that local aid groups are passing water, food and blankets through the bars to people who have arrived with little.

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