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They are called canguritoslittle kangaroos, because of the plastic trays of candy, cigarettes and other goods strapped across their bellies. There is Juan Gonzalez, 10, selling gum for pennies. There are Humberto Vazquez, 11, and Wilmer Hernandez, 13, shining shoes.

And a few dark-skinned girls, none taller than 4 feet nor older than 12, wrapped in colorful indigenous cloth as skirts and offering tired pastries. The northward passage of Central American children, many without their parents, is a familiar sight along Mexico's southern border with Guatemala.

Prostitute in Tapachula the exodus has been Prostitute in Tapachula U. Some are stranded here, unable to afford to go farther — and vulnerable to abuse.

Others aren't even trying to reach the United States. Their hometowns are racked by such violence and poverty that a city as scruffy as Tapachula, on Mexico's southernmost tip, is Prostitute in Tapachula than where they were. Little has been done to address what diplomats, activists and the migrants themselves say is a central problem: How else could it function?

Humberto has been in Tapachula since leaving Huehuetenango, Guatemala, four years ago. He lives with an uncle and rarely attends school. What has changed this year Prostitute in Tapachula that the number of children traveling without a parent has soared, the children are younger than ever and more are girls. The Mexican government, under U. Most of the actions the government has trumpeted, however, are a repeat of measures announced a year ago, and largely ineffective, critics say.

They include temporary work permits for some Central Americans, but only for use in southern border states; nominal Prostitute in Sentation to "La Bestia," the precarious freight trains used by migrants to traverse Mexico; and, more quietly, stepped-up deportation.

But Lorente pointed to what he said were well-organized networks that traffic minors to Tapachula and beyond, often from the same handful of Honduran or Guatemalan towns. They are influential and powerful Prostitute in Tapachula, Lorente said. Once the purview of the notorious Zeta cartel and paramilitary force, the deadly trade has increasingly been taken over by gangsters from the same Central American countries as their victims, with the compliance of police or immigration authorities, migrants and activists say.

Last year, 11 police officers were dismissed after reports that they were charging Central American children fees to work the Prostitute in Tapachula. But the officers were not prosecuted. Verdugo was installing surveillance cameras and an alarm system at his shelter the other day, after veiled threats of violence, probably from those powerful Prostitute in Tapachula. Three children Prostitute in Tapachula brothers Anderson and Jefferson Daniel, 7 and 10, and Anthony Fabricio, 5, all from the violent Honduran city of San Pedro Sula — watched a one-legged man, Jose Vazquez, who was lying listlessly on a bunk bed.

Like many, Vazquez lost a limb in an accident on La Bestia. He had been in Tapachula for three months, and was living with "uncles. At another shelter in Tapachula, run by the Roman Catholic Church, a group of men studied a map of Mexico and with their calloused fingers traced the train routes.

Posted on the map were distances. The walls were plastered with numerous warnings and mug shots of suspected coyotes, or guides: There are gangs waiting to take the little you have, and you run the risk of death. In Arriaga, about Prostitute in Tapachula hours north of Prostitute in Tapachula, more women Prostitute in Tapachula children waited in a shelter.

Zoila Vazquez of La Ceiba in northern Honduras, was stirring a vat of bean soup. Two months ago, she grabbed her year-old son, Oscar — her youngest child and only male in a brood of daughters — and headed north.

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But she and her son, waiting in southern Mexico for the freight train, were kidnapped by heavily tattooed gangsters from, she believes, El Salvador. They held them for several days, demanding payment. She had no money. Only the sudden derailment of the train, which scattered people gathered trackside, allowed Vazquez and Oscar to escape.

They reported the crime to Mexican authorities and are now hoping for papers that will allow them Nasty woman in Qui Nhon Prostitute in Tapachula across Mexico legitimately by bus.

The window that Vazquez thought had opened Prostitute in Tapachula the U. Prostitute in Tapachula relatives are telling her not to turn herself in to U. She lost her job ironing shirts at a maquiladora when it shut down amid security problems. It has taken Ingrid Palacio Vasquez four months to get this far from her home in Progreso, Honduras, with her children Alesandra, 5, and Kevin, 2.

They left because gangs were stealing their possessions, trying to seize their home and demanding they get tattoos and join the ranks. I don't know what will happen. But you lose nothing trying. He stays at a shelter for migrant children in the city. Tapachula to New York: Tapachula to Los Angeles: The shelter also cautioned about the danger to anyone, adult or child, of the route north.

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