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Migrants children celebrate Children's Day in Mexican city of Tapachula

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Tapachula, Apr 29 (EFE).- A group of migrant children and mothers from El Salvador and Honduras, fleeing the violence and insecurity that plague their countries, celebrated the Children's Day Thursday, in the Mexican city of Tapachulca, bordering Guatemala. (Camera: JUAN MANUEL BLANCO).SHOT LIST: A GROUP OF MIGRANT CHILDREN AND MOTHERS FROM EL SALVADOR AND HONDURAS CELEBRATE CHILDREN'S DAY IN TAPACHULA, MEXICO.

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