Tent stuck in a tree in the Tuquesa River, near the hamlet of Bajo Chiquito. Many migrants have lost their lives in the floods of this river during the Darién crossing.
migration crisis

Battered migrants emerge from the Darién jungle into a state of limbo

Since 2018, at least 258 people have died or disappeared while crossing the perilous sliver of land that connects Colombia and Panama. This year alone, more than 127,000 migrants have trekked through the dangerous terrain. With no time to mourn after losing loved ones to the jungle, survivors focus on the next step


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