Hondurans emigrating in massive numbers

Fleeing poverty and violence, 52,000 Honduran women and children have been caught on the US border in recent weeks.

    In the past few weeks, 52,000 women and children from Honduras have been caught at the US border.

    Migrants from Honduras are increasingly desperate to escape the violence and poverty of one of Central America's poorest countries.

    Al Jazeera's Harris Whitbeck reports from San Pedro Sula, Honduras. 


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