Asylum-seeking migrants who have been stuck in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, for months have heard the same response from city and state officials: The shelters are full. We can't help you. But two separate initiatives announced earlier this week have human rights and immigrant advocacy groups hopeful that some of the thousands of asylum seekers waiting in this dangerous city will soon have a roof over their heads.
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