Aid workers leave water for border crossers in the Arizona desert. Now, the US is banning them for it

In the July heat, Caitlin Deighan and three other humanitarian-aid workers hiked back to their trucks on the U.S. Air Force's Barry M. Goldwater bombing range where they left gallons of bottled water. The water, they say, is a stash to help save the lives of border crossers dying of thirst in the desert heat.
Financial Aid: Aid workers leave water for border crossers in the Arizona desert. Now, the US is banning them for it
Aid workers leave water for border crossers in the Arizona desert. Now, the US is banning them for it
Source: Financial Aid Humanitarian Aid