Border towns in Mexicoreshaped by migrant crisis

A child waits Aug.2 for a shower at a migrant shelter in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Border communities like Ciudad Juárez, filled with migrants from Cuba, Central America and elsewhere, are adapting to a new reality: They may be the final destination and no longer just a stop on the way to the U.S.. Celia Talbot Tobin/New York Times