Honduran Kendri Hernandez, 3, sits on a bed as he plays with toys inside a Catholic migrant shelter in San Luis Potosi June 26, 2014. During the eight months ending June 15, some 52,000 children were ... more 
Honduran Kendri Hernandez, 3, sits on a bed as he plays with toys inside a Catholic migrant shelter in San Luis Potosi June 26, 2014. During the eight months ending June 15, some 52,000 children were detained at the U.S. border with Mexico, most of them from Central America. That was double the previous year's tally and tens of thousands more are believed to have slipped through. Driven largely by poverty and gang violence at home, the wave has swelled again in the last few months, although with a new dynamic as more children make the trek, many traveling without parents or relatives to care for them. Picture taken June 26, 2014. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/CENTRALAMERICA REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION RELIGION) less 
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