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Mothers and children leaving Honduras at all costs

By: Mathieu COMIN | Laurence CUVILLIER

More than 52,000 migrant children from Central America and Mexico are still stranded in the United States, waiting for their legal situation to be resolved before being repatriated to their home countries. Our reporters travelled to Honduras, a poverty-stricken country with the highest crime rate in the world outside of war zones. There they met with mothers, children and families who have already returned home about why they left.


Programme prepared by Elise Duffau and Patrick Lovett

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