Flor Garcia, 19, of Honduras, holding her one-year-old daughter, Flor Fernandez, turned themselves over to Customs and Border Protection Services agents after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico near McAllen, Texas, July 3, 2014.
Flor Garcia, 19, of Honduras, holding her one-year-old daughter, Flor Fernandez, turned themselves over to Customs and Border Protection Services agents after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico near McAllen, Texas, July 3, 2014. AP
Flor Garcia, 19, of Honduras, holding her one-year-old daughter, Flor Fernandez, turned themselves over to Customs and Border Protection Services agents after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico near McAllen, Texas, July 3, 2014. AP

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