Growing migratory flow on Colombia-Panama border

Migrants from South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and Central America also venture into one of the most dangerous jungles in the world, where an unknown number of migrants lose their lives each year

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The current migratory wave on the border between Colombia and Panama has reached the figure of 11,370 irregular immigrants in the first four months of 2021, as the flow continues through the Darien jungle.

Official figures released to the press by the Panamanian National Migration Service showed that the number of arrivals quadrupled compared to the same period last year, and rapidly increased every month between January and April, 76% of them coming from the Antilles, mainly from Haiti.

Migrants from South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and Central America also venture into one of the . . .

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