Marinelis Sabillón, 33, holds her 7-month-old daughter Kendy Julieth Briones Sabillón after she and her husband Menelio Briones and their five children arrived at El Edén center in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. El Edén receives migrants who are bused back into Honduras after being intercepted in Mexico on their trek to the U.S.
Marinelis Sabillón, 33, holds her 7-month-old daughter Kendy Julieth Briones Sabillón after she and her husband Menelio Briones and their five children arrived at El Edén center in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. El Edén receives migrants who are bused back into Honduras after being intercepted in Mexico on their trek to the U.S. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com
Marinelis Sabillón, 33, holds her 7-month-old daughter Kendy Julieth Briones Sabillón after she and her husband Menelio Briones and their five children arrived at El Edén center in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. El Edén receives migrants who are bused back into Honduras after being intercepted in Mexico on their trek to the U.S. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com

El Edén in Honduras is no paradise for those on trek to the U.S.

October 02, 2015 3:45 PM