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More than 10,000 migrants, mostly from Haiti, have begun to shelter under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, as part of a new surge at the U.S.-Mexico border. NBC News' Julia Ainsley breaks down the developing situation and what is causing the mostly Haitian surge.