Not having enough to eat is driving people to cross the U.S. border.
Not having enough to eat is driving people to cross the U.S. border. Jae C. Hong ASSOCIATED PRESS
Not having enough to eat is driving people to cross the U.S. border. Jae C. Hong ASSOCIATED PRESS

Hunger, not crime, is driving Central Americans to US border

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