Resident Victor Jimenez practices his parkour skills on the beach near the U.S. border fence, in Tijuana, Mexico, on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. Mexican authorities began moving Central American migrants out of an overcrowded shelter near the U.S. border and taking them to a former concert venue much farther away in Tijuana.
Resident Victor Jimenez practices his parkour skills on the beach near the U.S. border fence, in Tijuana, Mexico, on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. Mexican authorities began moving Central American migrants out of an overcrowded shelter near the U.S. border and taking them to a former concert venue much farther away in Tijuana. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo
Resident Victor Jimenez practices his parkour skills on the beach near the U.S. border fence, in Tijuana, Mexico, on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. Mexican authorities began moving Central American migrants out of an overcrowded shelter near the U.S. border and taking them to a former concert venue much farther away in Tijuana. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo