Deportees walk towards the Care Center for Returning Migrants (CAMR) after arriving on an immigration flight from the U.S., at the international airport in San Pedro Sula in this November 20, 2013 ... more 
Deportees walk towards the Care Center for Returning Migrants (CAMR) after arriving on an immigration flight from the U.S., at the international airport in San Pedro Sula in this November 20, 2013 file photo. Honduras remains a deeply unequal country where just under half the population earns less than a dollar a day. The chronic lack of opportunities pushes some into gangs, and others to risk their lives reaching the United States. Last year, the U.S. deported a record 32,464 Hondurans, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement data show, up nearly 40 percent from the year before. Critics say the mass deportation of Hondurans, criminal or otherwise, many of whom return to dangerous neighborhoods, chips away at Honduras' shaky foundations and undermines the United States' anti-drug efforts in the country. To match Feature HONDURAS-VOTE/ REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera/Files (HONDURAS - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY ELECTIONS IMMIGRATION) less 
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