Police patrol the streets of Yoro, Honduras. A few years ago, the region's violence forced many people to emigrate to the United States. Now, locals say it's the lack of jobs and the poor economy that are sending people north.
Police patrol the streets of Yoro, Honduras. A few years ago, the region's violence forced many people to emigrate to the United States. Now, locals say it's the lack of jobs and the poor economy that are sending people north. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Police patrol the streets of Yoro, Honduras. A few years ago, the region's violence forced many people to emigrate to the United States. Now, locals say it's the lack of jobs and the poor economy that are sending people north. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

U.S. immigration hard-line spurs some would-be migrants in Honduras to think twice

July 08, 2018 06:00 AM