Oct 16, 2012

Mothers search for missing CentAm migrants in Mexico

EFE. Oct. 14: A caravan made up of Central American women whose children went missing in Mexico while trying to reach the United States has set out to try to find out what happened to the migrants.

The caravan - made up of 10 women from Guatemala, 19 from Nicaragua, three from El Salvador and 28 from Honduras - set out Saturday on the 4,600-kilometer (2,858-mile) journey on the so-called "route of the immigrant" in southeast and central Mexico.

"They started today in Guatemala (and) in 24 days they will cover 14 states in southeastern and central Mexico, as well as 23 specific locations in that country identified on the route of the immigrant," a National Roundtable for Migration in Guatemala, or Menamig, spokeswoman told reporters Saturday. Read more.

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