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The demographics of migrants crossing the Southern border of the United States have changed over the past several decades. What used to be young Mexican men seeking economic opportunity have turned into families seeking refuge from broken Central American governments. Sonia Nazario has spent decades reporting from Honduras, a country where corruption runs rampant and gangs have become the de facto government. She says that the foreign aid that the Trump administration has cut off to Central America is the very aid that could help solve the crisis at the Southern border.
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