Far beyond an immigration story, this is a refugee crisis. No longer are people simply fleeing poverty and lack of opportunity, now they are fleeing for their lives. In "Why They Flee," a collaboration with the New York Times, our story begins in San Pedro Sula, the second largest city in Honduras, and the current murder capital of the World.

Yet every migrant’s story is unique. Some simply seek the chance to earn enough money to ensure a better future for themselves or their children. Others flee persecution at the hands of gangs, organized crime or corrupt state officials. For others, insecurity and poverty are so intertwined that drawing them apart becomes impossible.

A video posted on social media shows what appears to be migrants. ABC-7 has contacted border patrol about the video, but they haven't.

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It is a bittersweet welcome for many of the returning migrants, who say they.. At the height of the civil war, families in the area fled to Mexico to.

I've been in immigration court and seen a five-year-old appear before an.. She managed to escape, she made it to the United States, she was granted asylum,

Yet every migrant’s story is unique. Some simply seek the chance to earn enough money to ensure a better future for themselves or their children. Others flee persecution at the hands of gangs, organized crime or corrupt state officials. For others, insecurity and poverty are so intertwined that drawing them apart becomes impossible.

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Migrants’ stories: Why they flee Anthony W. Fontes , American University School of International Service Thousands of central american migrants are trying to cross the U.S. southern border.

Yet every migrant’s story is unique. Some simply seek the chance to earn enough money to ensure a better future for themselves or their children. Others flee persecution at the hands of gangs, organized crime or corrupt state officials. For others, insecurity and poverty are so intertwined that drawing them apart becomes impossible.

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